waveform analysis


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waveform analysis

[′wāv‚fȯrm ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(physics)
The determination of the amplitude and phase of the components of a complex waveform, either mathematically or by means of electronic instruments.
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In the present study, ST time-frequency analysis technology is adopted for MS signals waveform analysis, which can provide a new idea for waveform analysis.
Muir, "Continuous cardiac output monitoring via arterial pressure waveform analysis following severe hemorrhagic shock in dogs," Critical Care Medicine, vol.
Basic Concepts of Arterial Waveform Analysis. Arterial waveform analysis is based on the relationship between blood pressure, stroke volume, arterial compliance, and vascular resistance.
Gelman, "Arterial and plethysmographic waveform analysis in anesthetized patients with hypovolemia," Anesthesiology, vol.
The topics include arterial blood pressure waveform analysis and its applications in assessing vasovagal syncope, heart rate variability analysis for monitoring fetal distress and neonatal critical care, bariatric surgery and its effects on heart rate variability, heart rate variability in congestive heart failure, and heart rate variability and depression.
Waveform analysis and aftershock distribution reveal that these earthquakes represents thrust faulting on a fault with a strike of 243o, a dip of 39o, and a rake of 92o of June 26, 1999 and a strike of 237o, a dip of 32o, and a rake of 111o of July 12,1999.
Enabled by digital techniques, the iW1700 features primary-side control to eliminate an opto-coupler, quasi-resonant switching for low EMI, cycle-by-cycle waveform analysis, and a high (up to 72 kHz) switching frequency to achieve no-load charger performance.
Fetal electrocardiogram: ST waveform analysis in intrapartum surveillance.
In the next step, we purpose to extend the numbers of EKG channels, detailed automatic waveform analysis, and development of human interface devices.
"The new LMS-Q680i offers the established industry-leading echo digitization for in-depth full waveform analysis, now smoothly combined with multiple-time-around signal processing.
CT100 Series TDRs are bundled with CT Viewer(TM) host PC software, a full-featured TDR waveform analysis software package designed for Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP/Vista.
Other features include a complete test battery, flexible display options, waveform analysis, and comprehensive reporting and data sharing.