Corpus ID: 231979178

Uncertainty Quantification for the 12-lead ECG: a Lead Field Approach

  title={Uncertainty Quantification for the 12-lead ECG: a Lead Field Approach},
  author={M. Multerer and S. Pezzuto},
The standard electrocardiogram (ECG) is a point-wise evaluation of the body potential at certain given locations. These locations are subject to uncertainty and may vary from patient to patient or even for a single patient. In this work, we estimate the uncertainty in the ECG induced by uncertain electrode positions when the ECG is derived from the bidomain model. In order to avoid the high computational cost associated to the solution of the bidomain model in the entire torso, we propose a low… Expand

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