Removal of Motion Artifacts from ECG signals by Combination of Recurrent Neural Networks and Deep Neural Networks
Electrocardiogram (ECG) is the graphical portrayal of heart usefulness. The ECG signals holds its significance in the discovery of heart irregularities. These ECG signals are frequently tainted by antiques from various sources. It is basic to diminish these curios and improve the exactness just as dependability to show signs of improvement results identified with heart usefulness. The most commonly disturbed artifact in ECG signals is Motion Artifacts (MA). In this paper, we have proposed a new concept on how machine learning algorithms can be used for de-noising the ECG signals. Towards the goal, a unique combination of Recurrent Neural Network (RNN) and Deep Neural Network (DNN) is used to efficiently remove MA. The proposed algorithm is validated using ECG records obtained from the MIT-BIH Arrhythmia Database. To eliminate MA using the proposed method, we have used Adam optimization algorithm to train and fit the contaminated ECG data in RNN and DNN models. Performance evaluation results in terms of SNR and RRMSE show that the proposed algorithm outperforms other existing MA removal methods without significantly distorting the morphologies of ECG signals.