Localization of Significant Coronary Arterial Narrowings Using Body Surface Potential Mapping During Exercise Stress Testing. Farr, B., Vondenbusch, B., Silny, J., Rau, G., & Effert, S. j-AJC, 5:528--530, 1987.
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@Article{RSM:Far87,
  author =       "B.R. Farr and B. Vondenbusch and J. Silny and G. Rau
                 and S. Effert",
  title =        "Localization of Significant Coronary Arterial
                 Narrowings Using Body Surface Potential Mapping During
                 Exercise Stress Testing",
  journal =      j-AJC,
  year =         "1987",
  volume =       "5",
  pages =        "528--530",
  robnote =      "Another of the Aachen group's papers using BSPM to
                 localize the region of stenosis when the patients are
                 exercised. The method is the same as I saw there in
                 1987 with the Karhunun Loeve Transform applied to the
                 data to extract the first two coefficients, which
                 locate a point on the plane of these coefficients. The
                 location can be correlated with the vessel which is the
                 most narrowed. The method came out of PTCA recordings.
                 thesis, BSPM016",
}
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