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2011 | 120 | 6A | A-154-A-157
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Analysis of Biomedical Signals Using Differential Geometry Invariants

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Accelerometers embedded in the medical bed were used to examine the human cardiovascular system. N signals acquired from those sensors were described as 1D manifold and analysed using classical and affine differential geometry invariants. Experiments using elastic tube and two accelerometers were done to model human aorta and to prove the relation presented in the paper of Pinheiro et al.
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120
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6A
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A-154-A-157
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2011-12
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