Biosignal and Biomedical Image Processing MATLA B-Based Applications
Signal processing can be broadly defined as the application of analog or digital techniques to improve the utility of a data stream. In biomedical engineering applications, improved utility usually means the data provide better diagnostic information. Analog techniques are applied to a data stream embodied as a time-varying electrical signal while in the digital domain the data are represented as an array of numbers. This array could be the digital representation of a time-varying signal or an image.
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- Title: Biosignal and Biomedical Image Processing MATLA B-Based Applications
- Size: 4 MB
- Page: 424 Pages
- Page Color: Color Pages
- Year: 2004
- Author: JOHN L. SEMMLOW
- Country: U.S.A
- Branch: Biotech, Electronics, Electrical
- Chapters: 13 Chapters
- Edition: –