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Morphology Analysis and Time Interval Measurements Using Mallat Tree Decomposition for CVD Detection

  • Navdeep PrasharEmail author
  • Meenakshi Sood
  • Shruti Jain
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 955)

Abstract

Electrocardiogram signal is used to identify the heart related abnormalities as cardiovascular disease. Automatic detection and analysis of abnormalities of long duration of ECG signals is tedious and quite subjective as it is difficult to decipher the minute morphological variations. In this paper, Morphology Analysis and Time Interval Measurements using Mallat Tree Decomposition (MTD) are done to obtain the signal in the desired form for calculation of heart rate. ECG signals are analyzed with various mother wavelets using MTD, and analyzed on the basis of performance matrices. It was found for this research work bior 3.9 wavelet is well suited for the processing of ECG signal. Heart rate using Peak Detection Algorithm (PDA) is calculated after pre-processing technique and bior 3.9 wavelet. The experiments were carried out on MATLAB R2016a environment.

Keywords

Cardiovascular disease Mallat Tree Decomposition Heart rate Time interval measurement Morphology analysis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Communication EngineeringBahra UniversitySolanIndia
  2. 2.Jaypee University of Information TechnologySolanIndia

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