Recently Electrocardiogram (ECG) signals are being broadly used as an essential diagnosing tool in different clinical applications as they carry a reliable representation not only for cardiac activities, but also for other associated biological processes, like respiration. However, the process of recording and collecting them has usually suffered from the presence of some undesired noises, which in turn affects the reliability of such representations. Therefore, de-noising ECG signals became a hot research field for signal processing experts to ensure better and clear representation of the different cardiac activities. Given the nonlinear and non-stationary properties of ECGs, it is not a simple task to cancel the undesired noise terms without affecting the biological physics of them.
Ahmed is a senior researcher in Biomedical Image and Signal Processing, with B.Sc. in Electronics and Communications and two M.Sc in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Computing from: The Arab Academy for Science and Technology, King Abduallah University of Science and Technology and Technical University Munich, in 2009, 2010 and 2016.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
ecg, electrocardiogram, Empirical Mode decomposition, correlation, respiratory, lung, Volume, Pressure, Denoising
MATHEMATICS / General