Hybradization of Emperical Mode Decomposition and Machine Learning for Categorization of Cardiac Diseases
Emperical Mode Decomposition
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AbstractThe arrhythmia is one of the cardiovascular diseases which has several types. In literature, researchers have presented a broad study on the strategies utilized for Electrocardiogram (ECG) signal investigation. Automated arrhythmia detection by analyzing the ECG data is reported using a number of intriguing techniques and discoveries. In order to effectively categorize arrhythmia, a novel approach based on the hybridization of the denoising filter, QRS complex segmentation, “Empirical Mode decomposition” (EMD), “Intrinsic Mode Functions” (IMFs) based features extraction, and machine learning techniques is developed in this study. To evaluate the categorization accuracy, the 10-fold cross validation (10-CV) strategy is used. Using an arrhythmia dataset that is publically available for research, the performance of our method is evaluated. A 97% average accuracy score is secured by our method for the problem of 5-class arrhythmias. These findings are comparable or better than counterparts.
DepartmentElectrical and Computer Engineering