Course: Processing and Analysis of Biomedical Signals
ECTS points: 6 ECTS
Number of classes per week: 3+0+0+3
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Lidija Ololoska – Gagoska
Course Goals (acquired competencies): Introduction to basic concepts of signals, use of processing techniques, signal acquisition, and their classification. Introduction to biomedical signals, their occurrence and characteristics, as well as with the acquisition and compression of digital bio-signals, their processing. – Ability to define the basic problems related to the analysis of biomedical signals, using calculation methods, analyzing the results obtained and taking appropriate conclusions.
Course Syllabus: Signals, introduction, definitions, Use of the techniques in processing – Fourier transform, wavelet transform, other methods Clustering and classification of signals, modulation and demodulation Acquisition of signals, Techniques for noise reduction, time – averaging, spectral analysis and filtering, optimal filtering Biomedical signals, genesis, sources and characteristics Characteristics of cell and tissue from electrical aspect, Analysis of bio-signals with low level in the presence of noise, Acquisition of digital biomedical signals and processing Compression of digital biomedical signals Wavelet analysis in digital biomedical signals Characteristics and analysis of ECG, EEG and EMG signals Other biomedical signals.
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