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Title: Recurrence plot features of ECG signals
Authors: Mewett, David
Reynolds, Karen Jane
Nazeran, Homer
Keywords: Nonlinear dynamics
Electroencephalography
Recurrence plot
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society (IEEE Publishing)
Citation: Mewett, D., Reynolds, K. and Nazeran, H. 1999. Recurrence plot features of ECG signals. Proceedings of the First Joint Biomedical Engineering Society/Engineering in Medicine and Biology (BMES/EMBS) Conference, vol. 2, 913.
Abstract: Single beats from ECG recording were used to demonstrate how the nonlinear dynamical analysis method of recurrence plots can be used to qualitatively describe data. It is concluded that, for ECG examples, the characteristics of the signals that cause particular features of the recurrence plots are easily identified. However, features in recurrence plots obtained from other signals must have similar underlying causes. Recurrence plots may therefore reveal time-domain features of a signal that make it easier to describe.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/25789
ISBN: 0780356748
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