Real-time identification of heart rate responses via auxiliary-model-based damped RLS scheme
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- Proceedings of the Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBS, 2017, pp. 1312 - 1315
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© 2017 IEEE. This study was devoted to developing a new auxiliary-model-based damped recursive least squares (AMB-DRLS) by which the heart rate dynamics can be identified in a real-time manner. Unlike the current conventional schemes for heart rate dynamics modeling, the proposed scheme can simultaneously identify the HR response dynamics and compensate for the existing HR variability while it can also cope with the blowup phenomenon. The performance of the proposed AMB-DRLS scheme was experimentally verified using fifteen healthy male participants who performed treadmill trials following single-cycle square wave protocol. The obtained results revealed a significant difference in goodness-of-fit for the considered parameter estimation schemes. As a result, we conclude that the proposed AMB-DRLS method is able to identify the heart rate response dynamics in a real-time manner while preventing the blowup phenomenon.
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