Abstract: (ECG) is a diagnosis tool that

Abstract: The Electrocardiogram (ECG) is a tool wont to access
the electrical recording and muscular operate of the guts and impervious
few decades it’s extensively employed in the investigation and diagnosing of heart connected diseases. It should be noted
that the guts rate
fluctuates not solely as a result of internal organ demand, but is
additionally influenced as a results of the incidence of arrhythmias, polygenic disease and alternative internal organ disorders. Graph analysis has
been established as a key component concerning the analysis of human health standing. Therefore the analysis
of graph signal secured a lot of importance throughout now. During this work we tend to survey the various options that
may be extracted from graph signal chiefly supported its wave form parts
and also the strategies that
used for classification of this graph signals.
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ECG
Analysis, Heart Disease, Arrhythmia, cardiac disease, ECG feature.

 

 1. INTRODUCTION:

1. 1.Electrocardiogram:

Electrocardiogram (ECG) is a diagnosis tool that reported the
electrical activity of heart recorded by skin electrode. The morphology and
heart rate reflects the cardiac health of human heart beat. It is a non
invasive technique that means this signal is measured on the surface of human
body, which is used in identification of the heart diseases. Any disorder of
heart rate or rhythm, or change in the morphological pattern, is an indication
of cardiac arrhythmia, which could be detected by analysis of the recorded ECG
waveform. The amplitude and duration of the P-QRS-T wave contains useful
information about the nature of disease afflicting the heart. The electrical
wave is due to depolarization and re polarization of Na+ and k-ions in the
blood. The ECG signal provides the following information of a human heart, 1
Heart position and its relative chamber size 2 Impulse origin and propagation
3 Heart rhythm and conduction disturbances 4 Extent and location of
myocardial ischemia 5 Changes in electrolyte concentrations 6 Drug effects on
the heart. ECG does not afford data on cardiac contraction or pumping function.

             Fig1: ECG signal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table
1 Different features of electrocardiogram signal.

 

Sl No.

 

ECG Characteristics

 

 

Characteristics

 

Magnitude
(mV)

Time Span (mS)

 

 

I.

P signal

 

0.1 – 0.2
mV

60

– 80

II.

P-R stretch

 

50 – 120

 

 

 

 

 

III.

P-R section

 

120 – 200

 

 

 

 

 

IV.

Q-R-S complex

 

1

80 – 120

 

 

 

 

 

 

V.

S-T stretch

 

100

– 120

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI.

T signal

 

0.1 – 0.3

120

– 160

 

 

 

 

 

VII.

S-R section

 

320

 

 

 

 

 

VIII.

R-R section

 

(0.4 –
0.2) S

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The
raw ECG signal is available in MIT-BIH or UCI database, which is recorded from
patients database consisting of cardiac movements called as arrhythmia. The raw
Electrocardiogram signal is subjected to preprocessing technique to de-noise
the Electrocardiogram signal, which is essential for physicians or doctors to
avoid any false diagnosis. The Electrocardiogram information is accumulated in
the range of 0.5 Hz to 40 Hz in arrhythmia signal.

 

 

 

1.2. Arrhythmias in ECG signal:

The normal rhythm of the heart where
there is no disease or disorder in the morphology of ECG signal is called
Normal sinus rhythm (NSR). The heart rate of NSR is generally characterized by
60 to 100 beats per minute. The regularity of the R-R interval varies slightly
with the breathing cycle. When the heart rate increases above 100 beats per
minute, the rhythm is known as sinus tachycardia. This is not an arrhythmia but
a normal response of the heart which demand for higher blood circulation .If
the heart rate is too slow then this is known as bradycardia and this can
adversely affect vital organs. When the heart rate is too fast, the ventricles
are not completely filled before contraction for which pumping efficiency
drops, adversely affecting perfusion.

 

2.
PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION

 

This
is the basic steps used for the classification of any diseases using any of the
method as described in Fig .2

 

3. Literature Survey:

 

1.       Berdakh Abibullaev & Hee Don Seo,
“A New QRS Detection Method Using Wavelets and Artificial Neural Networks” in J
Med Syst DOI 10.1007/s10916-009-9405-3.

They use classification
of QRS complexes in graph signals mistreatment continuous wavelets
and neural networks. They uses feed forward neural network for the
classification stage with normal back
propagation algorithmic program.
The 3layer feedforward
networks using the
backpropagation (BP) learning algorithmic
program had been enforced. during this paper they first computed CWT constant then background level has been
is calculable relying upon the brinkworth QRS advanced is found then when the
classification of QRS advanced the strategy is trained by mistreatmentANN It also can be trained for traditional and abnormal values
of QRS.

2. N Kannathal, MSc PhD,1 U Rajendra
Acharya, PhD,1 Choo Min Lim, PhD,1 PK Sadasivan, PhD,2 and SM Krishnan, PhD ,
“Classification of cardiac patient states using artificial neural networks,”
Exp Clin Cardiol. Winter; 8(4): 206–211,2003. Van Alste JA, Schilder TS, ”
Removal of base-line wander and power-line interference from the ECG by an
efficient FIR filter with a reduced number of taps,” IEEE Trans Biomed Eng.,
32:1052–60.PubMed,1985

The classification of
seven different parameters of ECG signal is first computed. After that they had
examined the patients with certain diseases using their ECG and an Artificial
Neural Networks (ANN) classification system. The signal is then classified into
normal, abnormal and life threatening signals. Then different features which
are extracted from the ECG signal are fed as input to the ANN for
classification. The stages used by N Kannathal, U Rajendra Acharya, Choo Min
Lim, PK Sadasivan, and SM Krishnan, comprises of 1) preprocessing of the ECG
signal,2)extraction of characteristic features and 3) classification using ANN
techniques. In preprocessing the noise in ECG signals is removed using band
pass filter and applying the algorithm of Van Alste and Schilder

3.H. Gholam Hosseini , K. J.
Reynolds, D. Powers , “A MULTI-STAGE NEURAL NETWORK CLASSIFIER FOR ECG EVENTS.”

In second stages
different parameters value are extracted In final stage the network is trained
using the values as neural networks derive their power from massively parallel
structure and it has the ability to learn from experience This approach gives a
superior performance in terms of accuracy. It is easier and simpler to
implement and use, as it only requires the ECG signal to determine the patients’
states and find out the disease.

4. Glayol Nazari Golpayegani, Amir
Homayoun Jafari, “A novel approach in ECG beat recognition using adaptive
neural fuzzy filter,” J. Biomedical Science and Engineering, 2, 80-85, 2009

they had trained network
using multilayer perceptron (MLP) and (SOM) network. They design the network
for diagnosis up to six different ECG waveforms. It is a three stage model. In
first two stages MLP for training and in third stage it has been added for
further classification and detection. A preliminary multi-layer perceptron
(MLP) classifier was designed to separate three most common ECG waveforms. The
third stage is designed to perform a supervised classification on the remaining
waveforms, by using an unsupervised classifier such as SOM.

5. Yüksel Özbaya, Rahime Ceylana, Bekir Karlikba, “Fuzzy
clustering neural network architecture for classification of ECG
arrhythmias”ELSEVIER, Computers in Biology and Medicine 36, 376 – 388,2006.

uses MLP with back propagation
training algorithm, and new adaptive neural fuzzy filter architecture (ANFF)
for the detection of ECG arrhythmia. In the first step of process they used the
Daubechies wavelet coefficients as ECG features. In the second step of process
they used Daubechies wavelet mid 4th order AR model coefficient as ECG
features. In third step of process they used only the fuzzy combination of
three wavelets as ECG features. And finally they used fuzzy combination of
wavelets mid 4th order AR model coefficient as ECG features. The structure of
ANFF uses 5 layers named as Layer 1(Input linguistic nodes); Layer 2(Input term
nodes); Layer 3(Rule nodes); Layer 4(Output term nodes); Layer 5(Output
linguistic nodes).data has been taken from MIT BIH Database. This new technique
ANFF help them to get better results than ordinary MLP architecture. To make
the neural network give best result uses fuzzy c-means (FCM) clustering
algorithm.

6. VSR Kumari & p. Rajesh kumar, “Cardiac arrhythmia
prediction using improved multilayer perceptron neural network,” International
Journal of Electronics,Communication & Instrumentation Engineering Research
and Development (IJECIERD),ISSN 2249-684X,Vol. 3, Issue 4, 73- 80, Oct 2013.

The fuzzy selforganizing layer are
used as preclassification task and multilayer perceptron acts as a final
classifier. The fuzzy stage is used to analysis the distribution of data and
again making clusters with different membership values. One advantage of this
is it reduces the number of segments in training patterns when we use FCM
clustering in fuzzy self-organizing layer.

7. S.Karpagachelvi, Dr.M.Arthanari, Prof. & Head,
M.Sivakumar, “ECG Feature Extraction Techniques – A Survey Approach,” (IJCSIS)
International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security,Vol. 8, No.
1, April 2010.

They proposed a technique in which
they are going to detect the spikes. To detect spikes, they work to attenuate
the noise. Two frequency slices of the enhanced time-frequency distribution are
then extracted and subjected to the smoothed nonlinear energy operator (SNEO).
Finally, the output of the SNEO is threshold to localize the position of.

8. S. S. Mehta, and N. S. Lingayat, Member, “Support Vector
Machine for Cardiac Beat Detection in Single Lead Electrocardiogram,” IAENG in
IAENG International Journal of Applied Mathematics, 36:2, IJAM_36_2_4.

had studied the QRS complex for the
detection of disease and they proposed two new methods which is responsible for
it success namely, to find a hyperplane which divides samples in to two classes
with the widest margin between them, and the extension of this concept to a
higher dimensional setting using kernel function to represent a similarity
measure on that setting. In this paper they had considered a set ) l l( ) x y x y 1 1 , …… , ( Then the decision function is find
out with the property )³ + ) . 1 ((y w x b i Where w is weight and b is bias. After the
solution is find out it give rise to a decision function of the form ) ( ) ( 1 sgn . l i i i i af x y x x b  = ù é å û ë ú ê + = Where, decision function is considered in the form of
) + )w x b ((sgn .   ia = Lagrange multipliers They used the
same concept for the detection of ECG signal analysis and arrhythmia
classification. They applied SVM only for the detection of QRS complex for
single lead ECG by using LIBSVM software. LIBSVM is an integrated software
package for support vector classification, regression and distribution
estimation.

9. Farid Melgani, Senior Member, IEEE, and Yakoub Bazi,
Member, IEEE, “Classification of electrocardiogram signals with support vector
machines and particle swarm optimization,” IEEE transactions on information
technology in biomedicine, vol. 12, no. 5, September 2008.

Proposed a novel classification
system based on particle swarm optimization (PSO) which help to improve the
efficiency of the SVM classifier. To achieve good performance that had used SVM
classifier with kernal filter, they had optimized the SVM classifier design by
finding the best value of the parameters that will adjust its discriminant
function, and checking for the best subset of features that is used to feed the
classifier. They had also used the same technique for multiclass
classification. This is not applicable to morphology and temporal features,
sensitivity and specificity.

10. R. BESROUR, Z. LACHIRI and N. ELLOUZE, “ECG Beat
Classi1fier Using Support Vector Machine Signal,” Image and Pattern
Recognition,Research Unit, Electrical department, ENIT BP 37, 1002 Le
Belvedere, Tunisia.

They work on a new method for
classification of beats based on the support vector machine classifier using
morphological descriptors and High Order Statistic using MIT/BIH Arrhythmia
database. In this paper the actually evaluate the performance of the classifier
used the two indices are sensitivity and specificity, S S e p &
respectively. e p TP S TP FN TN S TN FP = + = + In this method each QRS beat is separated into two
different element vectors. The first element contains 10- morphological
descriptor which gives the information of the amplitude, area and specific
interval durations. The second element contains 15-subelements.They had applied
the SVM classifier to compare the heartbeat classification abilities of the two
ECG feature sets. Thus in this way it performed the classification method using
SVM.

11. S. Barro , “Classifying Multichannel ECG Patterns with an
Adaptive Neural Network,” in IEEE engineering in medicine and biology,
January/February 1998.

they discussed about artificial
neural network model using morphological classification of heartbeats. The
classification of the QRS complex is the main step in their work to detect
arrhythmia. They had actually designed a neural network model base on ART. They
had explained the structure and general characteristics, different learning
capacities that it possesses. They called this new neural network MART
(Multichannel-ART). For each channel, the samples of ECG signal they are given
as input in the MART in certain time duration and which is thus used for the
detection of position of each QRS complex then with the help of algorithm, it
dynamically respond to the characteristics to the input ECG signal. In this
paper they also find the specificity and sensitivity and thus we classify the
accuracy of ovearall system by finding the average detection rate (ADR) by the
following formula100 ) (% 2 +Sensitivity specificity ADR 
´ = Another advantage is MART’S efficiency in the
multiplication of morphological classes.

12. Berdakh Abibullaev & Hee Don Seo, “A New QRS
Detection Method Using Wavelets and Artificial Neural Networks” in J Med Syst
DOI 10.1007/s10916-009-9405-3

They use classification of QRS
complexes in ECG signals using continuous wavelets and neural networks. They
uses feedforward neural network for the classification stage with standard back
propagation algorithm. The three layer feedforward networks employing the
backpropagation (BP) learning algorithm had been implemented. In this paper
they firstly computed CWT coefficient then noise level has been is estimated
depending upon the threshold value QRS complex is located then after the
classification of QRS complex the method is trained by using ANN It can also be
trained for normal and abnormal values of QRS.

13.
Chung-chien chiu tong hong, “using correlation coefficient in ECG waveform for
Arrhythmia detection” Biomedical engineering applications basis communications
June 2005 vol.17 no-4, 147-152

It’s efficient arrhythmia detection algorithm using
correlation coefficient in ECG signal for QRS complex are detected, the
correlation coefficient and RR interval were utilized to calculate the
similarity of arrhythmia.

 

14.
Clasification Of Arrhythmic ECG Data Using Machine Learning Techniques(Abhinav
Vishwa, Mohit K. Lal, Sharad Dixit, Dr.Pritish Vardwaj,Indian
Institute of Information Technology,Allahabad).

 

It is artificial neural networks where in connection between
the units do not form a cycle. The feed forward neural network was the first
and simplest type of artificial neural network devised. In this network, the information
moves in only one direction, forward, from the input nodes, through the hidden
nodes (if any) and to the output nodes. There are no cycles or loops in the
network.

 

15. “Feature
extraction from ECG signals using wavelet transforms for disease diagnostic”
S.C.Saxena, V. Kumar and S. T. Hamde, International Journal of Systems Science,
2002, volume 33, number 13, pages 1073–1085

Its combined modified Wavelet transform tech for Quadratic
spline wavelet is used for QRS detection and Daubechies six coefficient wavelet
used P and T detection and diagnosis of cardiac disease.

16.  A Novel Method for Mining Semantics from
Patterns over ECG Data(Zhen Qiu, Feifei Li, Shenda Hong, Hongyan Li, School of
Electronics Engineering .and Computer Science, Peking University, Beijing,
China).

PSP Tree can mine
significant semantics, such as scalability, temporality and hierarchy over ECG
patterns.

17.
“Real-time ECG monitoring and arrhythmia detection using Android-based mobile
devices” Stefan Gradl1, Patrick Kugler1, Engineering in Medicine and Biology
Society (EMBC), 2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE

It’s carried out analysis of A) Pan-Tompkins algorithm for
QRSdetection (B) template formation and adaptation; (C) feature extraction; (D)
beat classification. The algorithm was validated using the MIT-BIH Arrhythmia
and MIT-BIH Supraventricular Arrhythmia databases. More than 98% of all QRS
complexes were detected correctly by the algorithm. Overall sensitivity for
abnormal beat detection was 89.5% with a specificity of 80.6%.

18.  “Arrhythmia Classification with Reduced
Features by Linear Discriminate Analysis” J. Lee, K. L. Park, M. H. Song and K.
J. Lee,  Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE
Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference, Shanghai,
China,September1-4.

Has carried out input
feature By wavelet transform and linear discriminate analysis. This proposed algorithm
he obtain good accuracy of arrhythmia detection that of NSR, SVR, PVC and VF
was 98.52, 98.43,98.59 and 98.88% respectively

 

19. Emina
Alickovic & Abdulhamit Subasi “Medical Decision Support System for
Diagnosis of Heart Arrhythmia using DWT and Random

Forests Classifier”(J Med Syst
(2016) 40: 108 DOI 10.1007/s10916-016-0467-8)

 

RFC uses a group of decision trees for classification. It
gives estimates of what variables are important in the classification and
handles thousands of input variables without variable deletion.DCT
Based DOST18.A DCT-DOST(Discrete cosine transform – Based Discrete
Orthogonal Stockwell Transform) is the replacement of DFT kernel of DOST with a
DCT kernel.

 

20. “Cardiac
arrhythmia classification using Wavelets and Hidden Markov Models – A
comparative approach”  Pedro R. Gomes,
Filomena O. Soares, J. H. Correia, C. S. Lima, 31st Annual International
Conference of the IEEE EMBS Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, September 2-6, 2009

It’s carried out the wavelet transform and hidden markov
models. Experimental results are obtained in real data from MITBIH arrhythmia
data base show that outperforms the conventional standard linear segmentation.

21.
“Automatic Classification of ECG signal for Identifying Arrhythmia”
V.Rathikarani P.Dhanalakshmi , 
International Journal of Computer Science, Engineering and Applications
(IJCSEA) Vol.2, No.1.

Has carried out the linear predictive coefficients, Linear
predictive cepstral coefficients and melfrequency cepstral coefficients This
method can accurately classify and discriminate the difference between normal
ECG signal and arrhythmia affected signal with 94% accuracy.

 

Conclusion

In
literature review it is found that the detection and classification of ECG
arrhythmia has execute but accuracy of detection of ECG
arrhythmia is about 90 to 98% from by using different methods. we are trying
ECG arrhythmias can be analyzed for 100% accuracy, that gives the detection and
classification results better to improve the heart diseases. 

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