Biomedical Engineering

, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp 84–87 | Cite as

Choice of a criterion and a measuring method for the noise-immunity of selectors of ECG informative elements

  • V. M. Koltun
Research, Design, And Technology


The analysis of known methods has shown that it is advisable to use as the quantitative criterion for the noise immunity of selectors of informative ECS elements the relative detection error of these elements with an optimal threshold, and for its measurement it is necessary to utilize the method of determining the noise immunity of binary detectors. As a test signal it is necessary to employ segments of actual ECSs mixed with noise.


Test Signal Measuring Method Detection Error Optimal Threshold Quantitative Criterion 
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