An Experimental Study of Contactless Photoplethysmography Techniques
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The article presents the results of an experimental comparison of the accuracy characteristics of contactless photoplethysmographic systems. The hardware of the experimental setup, the principle of the software operation, the measurement technique, and the results of the comparative study are described.
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