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Advanced methods of biomedical signal processing.


Advanced methods of biomedical signal processing.

Ed. by Sergio Cerutti & Carlo Marchesi.

John Wiley & Sons


576 pages



IEEE Press series in biomedical engineering


Engineers and scientists at various borders between electronics and biology explain some of the most advanced methodological approaches in signal analysis of biomedical interest. A knowledge of digital signal treatment generally is required to follow the discussion, but the most important concepts are explained at a useful level in the first two sections: methods of biomedical signal processing, and points of view of the physiologist and the clinician. Subsequent sections cover models and biomedical signals; time-frequency, time-scale, and wavelet analysis; complex analysis and nonlinear methods; the information processing of molecular biology data; and classification and feature extraction. Translated and updated from Metodi avanzati elaborazione del segnali biomedici, a textbook written for a summer course published in 2004 by Patron Editore.

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