PhysioToolkit

PhysioToolkit is a large and growing library of software for physiologic signal processing and analysis, detection of physiologically significant events using both classical techniques and novel methods based on statistical physics and nonlinear dynamics, interactive display and characterization of signals, creation of new databases, simulation of physiologic and other signals, quantitative evaluation and comparison of analysis methods, and analysis of nonequilibrium and nonstationary processes. A unifying theme of the research projects that contribute software to PhysioToolkit is the extraction of “hidden” information from biomedical signals, information that may have diagnostic or prognostic value in medicine, or explanatory or predictive power in basic research. All PhysioToolkit software is available in source form under the GNU General Public License (GPL).


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  1. Christopoulos, Stavros-Richard G.; Sarlis, Nicholas V.: An application of the coherent noise model for the prediction of aftershock magnitude time series (2017)
  2. Ravan, Maryam: Beamspace fast fully adaptive brain source localization for limited data sequences (2017)
  3. Deepa, K.G.; Ambat, Sooraj K.; Hari, K.V.S.: Fusion of sparse reconstruction algorithms for multiple measurement vectors (2016)
  4. Ma, Yurun; Li, Tongqing; Ma, Yide; Zhan, Kun: Novel real-time FPGA-based R-wave detection using lifting wavelet (2016)
  5. Rakshit, M.; Panigrahy, D.; Sahu, P.K.: An improved method for R-peak detection by using Shannon energy envelope (2016)
  6. Suk, Hye Won; Hwang, Heungsun: Functional generalized structured component analysis (2016)
  7. Van Esbroeck, Alex; Smith, Landon; Syed, Zeeshan; Singh, Satinder; Karam, Zahi: Multi-task seizure detection: addressing intra-patient variation in seizure morphologies (2016)
  8. Huang, Xiao-Lin; Shi, Lei; Yan, Ming: Nonconvex sorted $\ell_1$ minimization for sparse approximation (2015)
  9. Panigrahy, D.; Sahu, P.K.: Extraction of fetal electrocardiogram (ECG) by extended state Kalman filtering and adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) based on single channel abdominal recording (2015)
  10. Tenreio Machado, J.A.; Lopes, António M.: Analysis of natural and artificial phenomena using signal processing and fractional calculus (2015)
  11. Torres, A.M.; Mateo, J.; García, M.A.; Santos, J.L.: Cancellation of powerline interference from biomedical signals using an improved affine projection algorithm (2015) ioport
  12. Batista, Gustavo E.A.P.A.; Keogh, Eamonn J.; Tataw, Oben Moses; de Souza, Vinícius M.A.: CID: an efficient complexity-invariant distance for time series (2014)
  13. Cimino, Mario G.C.A.; Lazzerini, Beatrice; Marcelloni, Francesco; Pedrycz, Witold: Genetic interval neural networks for granular data regression (2014) ioport
  14. Galiano, G.; Velasco, J.: On a nonlocal spectrogram for denoising one-dimensional signals (2014)
  15. Korpela, Jussi; Puolamäki, Kai; Gionis, Aristides: Confidence bands for time series data (2014) ioport
  16. Bigot, Jérémie: Fréchet means of curves for signal averaging and application to ECG data analysis (2013)
  17. Castillo, E.; Morales, D.P.; García, A.; Martínez-Martí, F.; Parrilla, L.; Palma, A.J.: Noise suppression in ECG signals through efficient one-step wavelet processing techniques (2013)
  18. Le Guével, R.: An estimation of the stability and the localisability functions of multistable processes (2013)
  19. Luo, Wei; Gallagher, Marcus; Wiles, Janet: Parameter-free search of time-series discord (2013)
  20. Sen, A.K.; Litak, G.; Syta, A.; Rusinek, R.: Intermittency and multiscale dynamics in milling of fiber reinforced composites (2013)

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