About the book
The Biosignal Processing book presents the signal processing approaches for analysis of EEG, EMG, ECG, and other biological signals with a human source. These processes aim to identify the medical conditions and to assist with the diagnosis of the related diseases. The analysis of muscular, cardiac, and neurological signals in an automated identification structure would improve the accuracy of the diagnosis when the robustness of the methods has been considered, and the false positive alarm is in an affordable range. The analysis of biological signals using customized signal processing methods in combination with the artificial intelligent identification methods would contribute to the diagnosis process of the patients. Topics on the modeling of the biological signals, acquisition of biomedical signals based on the disorder under study, computer-aided design of the healthcare plan, and identification of the symptoms using artificial intelligence methods are welcome.
This book would be beneficial for advanced research scholars and higher education students in biomedical engineering.