Swapnil G. DeshpandeArts, Commerce & Science College, Amravati · Computer Science
Swapnil G. Deshpande
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Electrocardiogram (ECG) System is used for primary diagnosis and survival analysis. In this review, mention the ECG extraction method. Firstly introduces the role of ECG in cardiac diseases and how the abnormalities are diagnose by using mobile phone. Next, discuss the mobile biosensors, real time ECG monitoring and different methods for QRS detect...
Emotion and stress plays a significant role in day to day life. Stress arise many complicated medical situation. The aim of this study is to create a new fusion of EEG signals for emotional stress recognition and North Indian Classical Music. In this paper, proposed a method which extracts the EEG signals with the help of scalp of the brain in resp...
The distinction between emotion responses by a listener and emotion expressed by a music structure has become a challenging part of researchers. Impact of music appears deeply on cerebral, emotional, and physiological states also on stress and anxiety of human. This paper reviews the different methods related with emotion and music. These methods a...
Human Emotion is a vital parameter in daily life allowing people themselves beyond the domain of verbal. Emotion recognition and detection is done from speech, music, facial expression, gesture or any sound. This paper describes some emotion detection and recognition methods related to music. Also discuss the different issues related to acquisition...
Affective aspect of human emotion is a challenging aspect of researchers. This paper describes the emotional reaction by using same parameters like tempo, skin conductance, Electro Dermal Activity (EDA), Heart Rate(HR). The heart rate monitoring and mental stress also consider as a affective aspects of music in human emotion.