Biological Signal Analysis with MATLAB (Ramaswamy Palaniappan)

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Biological Signal Analysis with MATLAB (Ramaswamy Palaniappan)

One of the most significant approaches for visualizing and interpreting data in biology and medicine nowadays is biomedical signal analysis.

The reader of this book will be able to use MATLAB to solve real-world biological signal analysis problems by gaining a grasp of biological signals and digital signal analysis techniques like conditioning, filtering, feature extraction, classification, and statistical validation.

In order to analyze biological signals, this book's readers will gain a basic understanding of signal processing methods and classification algorithms. The reader will be able to use MATLAB to solve real-world biological signal analysis problems and demonstrate their understanding of fundamental digital signal principles, as well as the physiology and characteristics of various biological signals. The text also describes and applies pre- and post-processing techniques, such as conditioning, filtering, feature extraction, classification, and statistical validation techniques for biological signals.

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