Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, Elsevier Ltd, Volume 47, p.183-195 (2019)

URL:

https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85052474461&doi=10.1016%2fj.bspc.2018.08.011&partnerID=40&md5=f82af90b0dad620b38e58eb3ca355f5f

Keywords:

2E wavelets, article, Bayesian learning, Biorthogonal wavelet, Biorthogonal wavelet filters, Cesium, Compressed sensing, compression, Compressive sensing, computer aided design, decomposition, Electrocardiography, heart arrhythmia, Image processing, Orthogonal filters, Orthogonal wavelets, priority journal, Reconstruction quality, Signal acquisitions, Signal processing, Wavelet analysis

Abstract:

<p>This paper elaborates the design details of a new set of bi orthogonal wavelet filters derived from double sided exponential splines. The designed wavelets are applied in compressed sensing (CS) scenario and results were quite promising. CS is a signal acquisition paradigm, which surpasses the traditional limit of Nyquist sampling. Increasing the reconstruction quality with minimum number of samples in CS is always challenging. We have addressed this challenging task of increasing the reconstruction quality within a minimum number of measurements in CS by developing this new set of biorthogonal wavelet filters. Biorthogonal wavelets have several advantages such as linear phase as compared to orthogonal wavelets. This wavelet which we prefer to call as dew1 (double exponential wavelet 1) is applied in CS based ECG reconstruction scenarios and experimented over 21 data records from MIT arrhythmia data base. A total of 950 experiments were conducted in three CS based methodologies for ECG reconstruction and the results were noted. Over all we were able to get nearly 30% improvement in the reconstruction quality. This paper elaborates the design of these bi orthogonal filters and its application in CS based ECG reconstruction scenario. Other than endorsing the results, we also aim to familiarize this newly designed wavelet so it can be further experimented in different domains. © 2018 Elsevier Ltd</p>

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Cite this Research Publication

Abhishek S., Veni, S., and Narayanankutty, K. A., “Biorthogonal wavelet filters for compressed sensing ECG reconstruction”, Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, vol. 47, pp. 183-195, 2019.