Farid Yaghouby
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Towards automatic detection of atrial fibrillation: A hybrid computational approach
F Yaghouby, A Ayatollahi, R Bahramali, M Yaghouby, AH Alavi
Computers in biology and medicine 40 (11-12), 919-930, 2010
Classification of cardiac abnormalities using reduced features of heart rate variability signal
F Yaghouby, A Ayatollahi, R Soleimani
World Applied Sciences Journal, 2009
Noninvasive dissection of mouse sleep using a piezoelectric motion sensor
F Yaghouby, KD Donohue, BF O’Hara, S Sunderam
Journal of neuroscience methods 259, 90-100, 2016
Quasi-supervised scoring of human sleep in polysomnograms using augmented input variables
F Yaghouby, S Sunderam
Computers in Biology and Medicine 59, 54-63, 2015
An arrhythmia classification method based on selected features of heart rate variability signal and support vector machine-based classifier
F Yaghouby, A Ayatollahi
World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, September 7-12 …, 2009
Credibility evidence for computational patient models used in the development of physiological closed-loop controlled devices for critical care medicine
B Parvinian, P Pathmanathan, C Daluwatte, F Yaghouby, RA Gray, ...
Frontiers in physiology 10, 220, 2019
Validation of a closed-loop sensory stimulation technique for selective sleep restriction in mice
F Yaghouby, CJ Schildt, KD Donohue, BF O'Hara, S Sunderam
2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2014
Naive scoring of human sleep based on a hidden Markov model of the electroencephalogram
F Yaghouby, P Modur, S Sunderam
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2014 36th Annual …, 2014
Robust genetic programming‐based detection of atrial fibrillation using RR intervals
F Yaghouby, A Ayatollahi, R Bahramali, M Yaghouby
Expert Systems 29 (2), 183-199, 2012
Unsupervised estimation of mouse sleep scores and dynamics using a graphical model of electrophysiological measurements
F Yaghouby, BF O’Hara, S Sunderam
International journal of neural systems 26 (04), 1650017, 2016
SegWay: A simple framework for unsupervised sleep segmentation in experimental EEG recordings
F Yaghouby, S Sunderam
MethodsX 3, 144-155, 2016
A rodent model for long-term vagus nerve stimulation experiments
F Yaghouby, B Shafer, S Vasudevan
Bioelectronics in Medicine 2 (2), 73-88, 2019
Effect of temperature on sleep regulation in an animal epilepsy model
A Ajwad, F Yaghouby, D Huffman, B O'Hara, S Sunderam
2016 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2016
Effect of Vigilance Changes on the Incidence of High Frequency Oscillations in the Epileptic Brain
AF Al-Bakri, F Yaghouby, W Besio, L Ding, P Modur, S Sunderam
2018 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2018
Stimulation system based on mechanical vibration for modification and characterization of sleep and behavior in rodents
K Donohue, B O'hara, S Sunderam, F Yaghouby
US Patent 9,681,808, 2017
Variability analysis for noisy physiological signals: a simulation study
F Yaghouby, C Daluwatte, CG Scully
2016 IEEE Signal Processing in Medicine and Biology Symposium (SPMB), 1-5, 2016
Progression and variability of physiologic deterioration in an ovine model of lung infection sepsis
F Yaghouby, C Daluwatte, S Fukuda, C Nelson, J Salsbury, M Kinsky, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 123 (1), 172-181, 2017
Feasibility of seizure risk prediction using intracranial EEG measurements in dogs
F Yaghouby, B Madahian, H Mirinejad, S Sunderam
Biomedical Engineering Conference (NEBEC), 2015 41st Annual Northeast, 1-2, 2015
Applying a Computational Model Credibility Framework to Physiological Closed-Loop Controlled Medical Device Testing
CG Scully, P Pathmanathan, C Daluwatte, F Yaghouby, RA Gray, ...
2018 IEEE Life Sciences Conference (LSC), 130-133, 2018
Short-Time Fourier Transform Based Spike Detection of Spontaneous Peripheral Nerve Activity
B Shafer, F Yaghouby, S Vasudevan
2018 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2018
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