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Courses » Biomedical Signal Processing

Biomedical Signal Processing

ABOUT THE COURSE

This course is prepared for the engineering students in their final year of undergraduate studies or in their graduate studies. Electrical Engineering students with a good background in Signals and Systems are prepared to take this course. Students in other engineering disciplines, or in computer science, mathematics, geo physics or physics should also be able to follow this course. While a course in Digital Signal Processing would be useful, it is not necessary for a capable student. The course has followed problem solving approach as engineers are known as problem solvers. The entire course is presented in the form of series of problems and solutions.

INTENDED AUDIENCE:
  • Electronics
  • Electrical
  • Instrumentation
PRE-REQUISITES: 
Theory: Signals and Systems, Familiarity with the basic definition of probability
Computer skill: Familiarity with MATLAB

CORE/ELECTIVE:
 Elective

UG/PG : PG

INDUSTRY SUPPORT :
  • Philips Research
  • GE Global Research
  • Siemens Research
  • TCS
  • Wipro
  • Conduent Labs India

1584 students have enrolled already!!

COURSE INSTRUCTOR


Sudipta Mukhopadhyay is a graduate from JU (1988),  MTech (1991) and PhD (1996) from IIT Kanpur. After serving a decade in industry, serving the Department of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering for more than a decade. The last two companies served are Philips medical Systems and GE Global Research, Bangalore. Written more than 100 articles in referred journals and international conferences. Guided more than 74 MTech and 9 PhD scholars.

COURSE LAYOUT : 

Week 1:

Preliminaries, Biomedical signal origin & dynamics (ECG), Biomedical signal origin & dynamics (EEG, EMG etc.)

Week 2

Filtering for Removal of artifacts: Statistical Preliminaries, Time domain filtering (Synchronized Averaging, Moving Average), Time domain filtering (Moving Average Filter to Integration, Derivative-based operator), Frequency Domain Filtering (Notch Filter), Optimal Filtering: The Weiner Filter.

Week 3

Filtering for Removal of artifacts contd.: Optimal Filtering: The Weiner Filter, Adaptive Filtering Selecting Appropriate Filter

Week 4

Event Detection: Example events (viz. P, QRS and T wave in ECG), Derivative based Approaches for QRS Detection Pan Tompkins Algorithm for QRS Detection, Dicrotic Notch Detection Correlation Analysis of EEG Signal

Week 5:

Waveform Analysis: Illustrations of problem with case studies, Morphological Analysis of ECG, Correlation coefficient, The Minimum phase correspondent.

Week 6:

Waveform Analysis contd.: Signal length, Envelop Extraction, Amplitude demodulation, The Envelogram, Analysis of activity, Root Mean Square value, Zero-crossing rate, Turns Count, Form factor.

Week 7:

Frequency-domain Analysis: Periodogram, Averaged Periodogram, Blackman-Tukey Spectral Estimator, Daniell's Spectral Estimator, Measures derived from PSD.

Week 8:

Modelling of Biomedical Systems: Motor unit firing pattern, Cardiac rhythm, Formants and pitch of speech, Point process, Parametric system modelling, Autoregressive model, Autocorrelation method, Application to random signals, Computation of model parameters, Levinson-Durbin algorithm, Computation of gain factor, Covariance method, Spectral matching and parameterization, Model order selection, Relation between AR and Cepstral coefficients.

Week 9:

Modelling of Biomedical Systems & Tutorials: ARMA model, Sequential estimation of poles and zeros, Tutorial 1.1: Notch filter design, Tutorial 1.2: Synchronized averaging, Tutorial 1.3: Design Butterworth low pass filter.

Week 10:

Tutorials: Tutorial 2.1: Design derivative-based filter, Tutorial 2.2: Design Butterworth high pass filter, Tutorial 2.3: Design Wiener filter, Tutorial 3.1: Implement the Pan-Tompkins method for QRS detection.

Week 11:

Tutorials: Tutorial 3.2: Use cross-correlation to detect alpha rhythm, Tutorial 3.3: Design a matched filter, Tutorial 3.4: Pan-Tompkins method for QRS detection and the Lehner and Rangayyan method to detect dicrotic notch, Tutorial 4.1: Half wave and full wave rectification, Tutorial 4.2: RMS value calculation, Tutorial 4.3: Turns count calculation, Tutorial 4.4: RMS, Turns count and Zero-crossing rate calculations

Week 12: Tutorials: Tutorial 4.5: Derive the Envelogram, Tutorial 4.6: RR interval and Form Factor calculations, Tutorial 5.1: Power spectrum calculations using different windows, Tutorial 5.2: Mean frequency and variance of PSD, Tutorial 5.3: Compute PSDs of Voiced, Unvoiced and Silent portion of sound signal, Tutorial 5.4: Compute mean frequency of PSDs and ratio of energies, Tutorial 5.5: Study the changes in the PSDs by varying window width, number of segments averaged, and type of the window used.
 


REFERENCES:

1. R M Rangayyan “Biomedical Signal Analysis: A case Based Approach”, IEEE Press, John Wiley & Sons. Inc, 2002 
2. Willis J. Tompkins “ Biomedical Digital Signal Processing”, EEE, PHI, 2004 
3. D C Reddy “Biomedical Signal Processing: Principles and Techniques”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd, 2005 
4. J G Webster “Medical Instrumentation: Application & Design”, John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2001 
5. C Raja Rao, S K Guha “Principles of Medical Electronics and Biomedical Instrumentation”, Universities Press, 2001 
6. AV Oppenheim and RW Shafer "Discrete-time Signal Processing", Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1989. 
7. Steven M. Kay, "Modern spectral estimation theory and application ", Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1988. 
 
CERTIFICATION EXAM :
  • The exam is optional for a fee.
  • Date of Exam: April 27th 2019 (Saturday).
  • Time of Exam: Morning session 9am to 2 noon; Afternoon session: 2pm to 5pm
  • Registration url: Announcements will be made when the registration form is open for registrations.
  • The online registration form has to be filled and the certification exam fee needs to be paid. More details will be made available when the exam registration form is published.
CERTIFICATION:

  • Final score will be calculated as : 25% assignment score + 75% final exam score
  • 25% assignment score is calculated as 25% of average of  Best 8 out of 12 assignments
  • E-Certificate will be given to those who register and write the exam and score greater than or equal to 40% final score. Certificate will have your name, photograph and the score in the final exam with the breakup.It will have the logos of NPTEL and IIT Kharagpur. It will be e-verifiable at nptel.ac.in/noc.