Computer Recognition of Wave Location in Graphical Data by a Neural Network

Part of Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 4 (NIPS 1991)

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Donald Freeman


Five experiments were performed using several neural network architectures to identify the location of a wave in the time ordered graphical results from a medical test. Baseline results from the first experiment found correct identification of the target wave in 85% of cases (n=20). Other experiments investigated the effect of different architectures and preprocessing the raw data on the results. The methods used seem most appropriate for time oriented graphical data which has a clear starting point such as electrophoresis Or spectrometry rather than continuous teSts such as ECGs and EEGs.