COMPARISON OF ADAPTIVE SAMPLING METHODS FOR ELECTROGRAMS AND ELECTROCARDIOGRAMS.
Numerous redundant samples result from sampling cardiac electrograms (EG) and electrocardiograms (ECG) with high uniform rates, particularly for measurements that include Purkinje deflections. Waveforms measured with five adaptive sampling methods (voltage-triggered, two-point projection, second differences, the fan, and CORTES), as well as a reference method, were compared as alternatives. The fan method performed best.
- Barr, RC; Blanchard, SM
- December 1, 1984
- Ieee/Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Annual Conference
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- 220 - 223