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Recent advances in multi-variate and multi-dimensional analysis of heart rate variability and blood pressure variability

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Heart rate variability and blood pressure variability reflected the cardiovascular autonomic nervous system modulation, studies in recent years have been made variable, multi-dimensional, dynamic analysis direction. Heart rate and blood pressure variability in multivariable system identification, time-frequency analysis and nonlinear kinetic analysis, and other technical methods, will be the risk of cardiovascular disease prediction, condition assessment, evaluation and special effects in areas such as the environment more medical applications.

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Zhang, L.F., Wang, S. and Niu, Y.G. (2002) Recent advances in multi-variate and multi-dimensional analysis of heart rate variability and blood pressure variability Space Medicine and Medical Engineering, 15, (3), pp. 157-162.

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Published date: 2002
Additional Information: In Chinese
Keywords: heart rate variability, blood pressure variability, signal processing, autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular conditioning, system identification, time-frequency analysis, nonlinear dynamics
Organisations: Human Sciences Group

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Local EPrints ID: 49619
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/49619
ISSN: 1002-0837
PURE UUID: fa16843b-e7cd-483e-8ea9-ec38d34b9c33

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Date deposited: 23 Nov 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:55

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Author: L.F. Zhang
Author: S. Wang
Author: Y.G. Niu

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