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PPG signal quality estimation and analysis
Trnková, Simona ; Smital, Lukáš (referee) ; Němcová, Andrea (advisor)
This work focuses on the PPG signals, data acquisition using smartphones, signal characteristic, types of noise, quality estimation and analysis. The aim of the work is to design the alghoritm to signal quality estimation and test this alghoritm using analysis of PPG signals acquired by smartphones.
Biometric fingerprint identification
Dašek, Filip ; Vítek, Martin (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
In biometrics we use distinctive physical features for identification and verification of identity. The most famous technique is identification by fingerprints. This technique use unique structure created by papillary lines for unambiguous identification. Thesis contains methods which were created throughout the years for analysis and adjustments of fingerprint. The algorithm is based on compairng two pairs of minitua and calculating transform matrix for correct alignment. Algorithm is tested on dataset created from LivDet databases. Performance of algorithm is represented by value EER which is compared with EERs of other algorithms tested in FVC 2006.
Biometric fingerprint identification
Dašek, Filip ; Vítek, Martin (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
In biometrics we use distinctive physical features for identification and verification of identity. The most famous technique is identification by fingerprints. This technique use unique structure created by papillary lines for unambiguous identification. Thesis contains methods which were created throughout the years for analysis and adjustments of fingerprint. The algorithm is based on compairng two pairs of minitua and calculating transform matrix for correct alignment
Automatic delineation of ECG signals
Žiak, Milan ; Smital, Lukáš (referee) ; Vítek, Martin (advisor)
This thesis deals about automatic delineation of ECG. We use algorithm, which is descriped by autors Lagune, Jané and Caminale. Their work uses first derivation for delineation ECG signal. This bachelor thesis also uses a wavelet transform to reach better results.
Evaluation of physical fields in a landscape locality
Jílek, Michael ; Králík, Martin (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
The thesis is focused on gathering of theoretical backgrounds for geomagnetic measurements, measurement of electromagnetic and radiometric quantities in a natural locality, and subsequent evaluation of the obtained results from the point of view of their interrelations and in the context of hygienic regulations. All the theoretical backgrounds of each field are assigned to the measurement methodology and appropriate measuring technique, selected according to information from available sources. Appropriate instruments, landscape location, measurements were made, the results were evaluated and interpreted. The result is graphical output in the QGIS geographic information system.
Estimation of accuracy of speech technologies based on signal quality and audio content richness
Nezval, Jiří ; Smital, Lukáš (referee) ; Schwarz, Petr (advisor)
This thesis discusses theoretical analysis of the origin of speech, introduces applications of speech technologies and explains the contemporary approach to phonetical transcription of speech recordings. Furthermore, it describes the metrics of audio recordings quality assessment, which is split into two discrete classes. The first one groups signal quality metrics, while the other one groups content richness metrics. The first goal of the practical section is to create a statistical model for accuracy prediction of machine transcription of speech recordings based on a measurement of their quality. The second goal is to evaluate which partial metrics are the most essential for accuracy prediction of machine transcription.
Automatic ECG signal quality assesment
Malý, Tomáš ; Smital, Lukáš (referee) ; Kozumplík, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis deals with issues of automatic quality estimation of ECG signals. The main aim of this thesis is to implement own algorithm for classifying ECG signals into three classes of quality. Theoretical part of the thesis contains mostly description of recording electrical activity of the heart, anatomy and physiology of the heart, electrocardiography, different types of ECG signals interference and two of the chosen methods for quality estimation. Implementation of the chosen methods is presented in the practical part. Result of this thesis are two implemented algorithms, which are based on methods described in the theoretical part. The first of two is based on detection of R-waves, validation of physiological assumptions and the subsequent calculation of the correlation coefficient between adaptive template and interfered signal. Second is based on calculation of a continuous SNR value over time, which is then thresholded. The robustness of the methods was verified on the three specified real ECG signals, which are all available on UBMI including annotation of specific signal parts. Those 24-hour long signals were recorded by Holter monitor, which is described in the theoretical part of the thesis. Achieved results of individual methods, including their comparison with annotation and statistical evaluation are presented in the conclusion of this thesis.
Fetal ECG records analysis
Hláčiková, Michaela ; Smíšek, Radovan (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
This thesis is focused on the analysis of fetal ECG records measured by indirect method from mother´s abdomen. The thesis consists of the theoretical part is focused on fetal, heart development and description of fetal ECG signal. This thesis also offers an overview of fECG signal processing methods used nowadays. The practical part of the thesis deals with the implementation of algorithms based on wavelet transformation and Least Mean Square LMS method in Matlab programming environment. The final part of the thesis consists of the analysis of achieved results.
ECG quality evaluation
Bracková, Michaela ; Němcová, Andrea (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of the ECG quality evaluation. The theoretical part of the thesis contains an overview of the methods, which were studied and an explanation of the basic principles connected with the quality evaluation of the ECG signals. The practical part deals with the implementation of three selected methods, one of which is the continuous evaluation of signal quality by means of SNR (signal to noise ratio) calculation. The results of these methods are further discussed and compared.

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