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Low Scaling Exponent during Arrhythmia: Detrended Fluctuation Analysis is a Beneficial Biomedical Computation Tool

By Toru Yazawa and Yukio Shimoda

Submitted: April 26th 2010Reviewed: September 9th 2010Published: January 8th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/13275

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Toru Yazawa and Yukio Shimoda (January 8th 2011). Low Scaling Exponent during Arrhythmia: Detrended Fluctuation Analysis is a Beneficial Biomedical Computation Tool, Biomedical Engineering, Trends, Research and Technologies, Malgorzata Anna Komorowska and Sylwia Olsztynska-Janus, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/13275. Available from:

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