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|Title:||Development of Reduced-Lead Body Surface Mapping Systems Using Spatial Frequency Analysis|
|Authors:||Vanheusden, Frederique J.|
Chu, Gavin S.
Almeida, Tiago P.
Ng, G. André
Schlindwein, Fernando Soares
|Presented at:||HRC2013 – the 8th annual Heart Rhythm Congress, International Convention Centre (ICC), Birmingham, UK|
|Abstract:||• Body Surface Maps (BSMs) are starting to be used in clinic. • An enormous amount of data is obtained, which can be cumbersome to handle. Reduction of data can significantly decrease analysis time. • Here, the minimum number of electrodes necessary to reconstruct BSM maps accurately is determined by Lomb-Scargle spatial frequency analysis (LSSA) and singular value decomposition (SVD). [Taken from the Introduction]|
|Rights:||Copyright © The Author(s), 2013.|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers & Presentations, Dept. of Engineering|
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