Figure 2.Illustration of normal and arrhythmia ECG signals used in this study. Signal durations sellectchem are 30 s. From top to bottom: (a) normal ECG, (b) premature arrhythmia with PVC1, denoted as P1, (c) premature arrhythmia with multifocal PVC, denoted as P2, (d) superavent …B. Real ECG databaseReal ECG data was derived from an arrhythmia ECG database. Number 101, 102 and 103 and 104 were used. A band-pass filter ranged 1�C35 Hz was used as preprocessing filter. The cleaned ECG was then used a real ECG template. The signal was 30 min durations. .C. Synthetic noises:High frequency ECG noise types, such as muscle contraction and 50 Hz power line interference, and low frequency ECG, baseline wander
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Their investigation included the method in  as an alternative inversion scheme for wind vectors retrieval from SAR backscatter, using a Bayesian approach to combine trial wind vectors and weather predicted data. The method has proven to be adequate for both moderate and high winds. The range of strong (high) wind speeds according Carfilzomib to , is higher than 11 ms?1.Oil spill monitoring often uses SAR images selleck Enzastaurin from the ocean to extract wind vectors from streaks on the sea surface. From the wind vectors, it is possible to calculate the wind speed, which influences the visibility of slicks on the sea surface .