Gaussian dictionary for Compressive Sensing of the ECG signal. Da Poian, G.; Bernardini, R.; and Rinaldo, R. In BIOMS 2014 - 2014 IEEE Workshop on Biometric Measurements and Systems for Security and Medical Applications, Proceedings, 2014.
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© 2014 IEEE.Compressive Sensing (CS) is a newly introduced signal processing technique that enables to recover sparse signals from fewer samples than the Shannon sampling theorem would typically require. It is based on the assumption that, for a sparse signal, a small collection of linear measurements contains enough information to allow its reconstruction. Combining the acquisition and compression stages, CS is a very promising technique to develop ultra low power wireless bio-signal monitoring systems. In this paper we present a Compressive Sensing framework for ECG signals based on a universal Gaussian over-complete dictionary that permits to successfully increase the reconstruction quality performance. The purpose of the proposed dictionary is to improve ECG signal sparsity in order to achieve a higher compression ratio. Numerical experiments demonstrate that our method achieves improved performance with respect to state-of-the-art CS schemes.
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 abstract = {© 2014 IEEE.Compressive Sensing (CS) is a newly introduced signal processing technique that enables to recover sparse signals from fewer samples than the Shannon sampling theorem would typically require. It is based on the assumption that, for a sparse signal, a small collection of linear measurements contains enough information to allow its reconstruction. Combining the acquisition and compression stages, CS is a very promising technique to develop ultra low power wireless bio-signal monitoring systems. In this paper we present a Compressive Sensing framework for ECG signals based on a universal Gaussian over-complete dictionary that permits to successfully increase the reconstruction quality performance. The purpose of the proposed dictionary is to improve ECG signal sparsity in order to achieve a higher compression ratio. Numerical experiments demonstrate that our method achieves improved performance with respect to state-of-the-art CS schemes.},
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