Volume 1, Issue 1
Detection of Arterial Occlusions Using Viscoelastic Wave Propagation

H.T. Banks & J.R. Samuels, Jr.

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Adv. Appl. Math. Mech., 1 (2009), pp. 1-28.

Published online: 2009-01

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  • Abstract

We consider the problem of detecting cardiac artery occlusions using stenosis driven viscoelastic (VE) waves propagated through biotissue to body surface sensors. We investigate possible statistical model formulations (ordinary least squares (OLS), generalized least squares (GLS)) and post analysis techniques (residual plots) to ascertain uncertainty in estimates as well as validity of the statistical models as part of a methodology for stenosis detection using viscoelastic waves.

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Time-dependent density functional theory excited-state proton transfer hydrogen bond wagging motion

  • AMS Subject Headings

Inverse problems viscoelastic models wave propagation in biotissue statistical models.

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We consider the problem of detecting cardiac artery occlusions using stenosis driven viscoelastic (VE) waves propagated through biotissue to body surface sensors. We investigate possible statistical model formulations (ordinary least squares (OLS), generalized least squares (GLS)) and post analysis techniques (residual plots) to ascertain uncertainty in estimates as well as validity of the statistical models as part of a methodology for stenosis detection using viscoelastic waves.

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