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In this paper we present a novel DualSlope QRS
detection algorithm with low computational complexity,
suitable for wearable ECG devices. The DualSlope algorithm
calculates the slopes on both sides of a peak in the ECG
signal; And based on these slopes, three criterions are
developed for simultaneously checking 1)Steepness 2)Shape
and 3)Height of the signal, to locate the QRS complex. The
algorithm, evaluated against MIT/BIH Arrhythmia Database,
achieves a very high detection rate of 99.45%, a sensitivity of
99.82% and a positive prediction of 99.63%.
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