volume 4, issue 9 (94), P6-13 2018
DOI: 10.15587/1729-4061.2018.139997
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Anatoly Petrenko, Roman Kyslyi, Ihor Pysmennyi

Abstract: Automatic detection and recognition of human respiratory patterns for health monitoring without any uncomfortable sensors that make continuous measurements impossible was a key problem for technologies that use analysis of respiration and behavior of a human. As a result, there appeared a decision to detect respiration rate, based on signals, received from a variety of body sensors in real time. At continuous measurement of respiration rate, signals received from the sensors, wearable on the body, is much more…

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