Isar Nejadgholi

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School of Electrical Engineering and Computer science


  • 2014-04-24
    BioImpedance Spectroscopy (BIS) have been investigated in many research areas as a method to detect changes in living tissues. However, BIS measurements are known to be hardly reproducible in clinical applications. This article proposes segmental spectral decomposition as a method of extracting reproducible parameters from raw BIS. The efficiency of this method is then compared to conventional Cole-Cole parameter extraction in a classification task.