Niranjan, UC and Murthy, ISN (1991) ECG Component Delineation By Prony's Method. In: Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 1991, 31st October-3rd November, Orlando,Florida,U.S.A, Vol.13, 829-830.
A simple, non iterative method for component wave delineation from the Blectrocardiogram (ECG) is derived by modelling it's DCT as a sum of few damped cosinusoids. The parameter set $p_k [a_k,\theta_k,f_k, \alpha_k ]$ i.e., amplitude, phase, frequency and damping factors of the cosinusoids are estimated by the extended Prony method. Based on the clusters of poles appropriate number of them are combined and the component waves derived thereby are in most cases within a percent rms difference (PRD) of 10. The method performed well even in the presence of different artifacts, with a data compression of 1 in 5.
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|Date Deposited:||29 May 2006|
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