tachogram


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tachogram

(ˈtækəʊˌɡræm)
n
a graphical record of readings produced by a tachograph
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Noun1.tachogram - a graphical record of speed and distance produced by a tachograph
graph, graphical record - a visual representation of the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axes
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This study uses an algorithm described as a tachogram. If an abnormal tachogram occurred five out of six times, these data were analyzed by an algorithm and sent to the Apple Watch, Dr.
To analyze the difference between indices obtained from tachogram portions of different duration, one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) for repeated measurements with post hoc Bonferroni test was used.
Although the subjects with higher aerobic fitness have negative scores for this component, their power spectral analysis of tachogram of the RRi are below the average for the sample group in this energy band and, consequently subject to a lower sympathetic tone.
Therefore, there is a need to optimize the given train tachogram and develop an automatic control system using a speed regulator that more accurately worked out such a tachogram.
The definitions of the frequency-domain parameters contain the f([lambda]) function, which is the power spectrum of the RR tachogram. The definitions of the abbreviations are the following.
The resultant tachogram underwent 512 point fast Fourier transform with a Hanning window to calculate the power spectrum of HRV, with the low frequency (LF) component at 0.040-0.150 Hz and the high frequency (HF) component at 0.150-0.401 Hz.
The present day software tools quickly and accurately measure the RR interval, plot RR tachogram, and measure the HRV in both time and frequency domains in a short span of time.
(a) The total Fourier spectrum, (b) the histogram, (c) the tachogram, and (d) the Poincare plot.
To analyse data lengths of 5 minutes, 256 seconds of RR interval data was taken from the tachogram and interpolated at 4 Hz to get 1024 points.
Figure 1 shows rate tachogram obtained from the RR intervals of a normal young adult and a normal newborn.
HRV measures are calculated from the tachogram, also called RR or normal to normal (NN) interval time series.