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Title: AAMI Standard Cardiac Arrhythmia Detection with Random Forest Using Mixed Features
Authors: Prakash, Allam Jaya
Ari, Samit
Keywords: AAMI Standard
Electrocardiogram (ECG)
Random Forest
Issue Date: Dec-2019
Citation: 16th IEEE INDICON ( INDICON 2019) Rajkot, India, 13-15 December 2019.
Abstract: In this paper, an essential and specific arrhythmias are identified and classified using electrocardiogram (ECG) signal. ECG provides information about the functionality of the heart. Abrupt changes in the shape of regular normal sinus rhythm (NSR) related to the cardiac beat is known as arrhythmia. Arrhythmia detection is a major challenge in medical field. A new technique is proposed in this work for the advancement of medical instrument ( AAMI ) standard. In this work, the proposed methodology contains three crucial stages: (i) pre-processing, (ii) feature extraction, and (iii) classification. In the pre-processing step, noise is removed from the recorded ECG signal, which is effected from the various types of noises like baseline wonder, artifact, and muscle noises which recorded ECG signal Temporal (FSI) and frequency domain (FS2) features are extracted from the pre-processed ECG signal using dual-free complex wavelet transform (DTCWT) in the feature extraction stage. FS1 is appended with FS2 ( mixed feature set) and applied as an input to the random forest classifier for automatic recognition of cardiac arrhythmia beats in the last stage of the proposed methodology. The proposed work can classify arrhythmias with an overall accuracy of 99.52%.
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