Reduction of Heart Sounds from Lung Sounds
- Master/Diploma Thesis
- Seminar Type
- - None -
- Announcement date
- 11 Mar 2015
- Research Areas
Lung sound signals are produced in the airways of a human being during inspiration and expiration cycles. The lung sound signals propagate through lung tissues in the parenchyma and can be recorded over the chest wall. An incessant noise source occurs due to heart sounds. This noise source severely contaminates the lung sound signal. For the analysis of lung sounds it necessary to reduce heart sounds.
- literature review
- implementation and improvement of promising algorithms for heart sound reduction
- motivation and interest in the topic
- basic knowledge in signal processing
- good MATLAB skills
 L. J. Hadjileontiadis, “Lung sounds: An advanced signal processing perspective,” Synthesis Lectures on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 1–100, 2008.