Algorithms for Wave Form Classification
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Algorithms for wave form classification serve two main purposes a) signal typing and b) diagnostic allocation of signal forms to diagnostic groups.
Wave form typing algorithms can be designed for interactive (supervised) learning or for self adaptive operation. Interactive learning procedures can be applied effectively in cases where only a few signal types occour and where a large number of forms has to be classified, i.e. in Holter ECGs or in monitoring. The performance of classification algorithms can often be improved by use of multidimensional feature vectors and transformed variables using their inner interdependence to enlarge the inter-group distance. For diagnostic allocation algorithms decision three type or multivariate classificators, i.e. the Bayes-formula are available. While morphology classification of signal forms can be done in a pure syntactical way, the development of diagnostic allocation algorithms needs, that the groups into which the signal shall be classified have to be defined by signal independent criteria from outside.
KeywordsDiscriminant Function Wave Form Signal Form Discriminant Function Analysis Validation Logic
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