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In Journal of healthcare engineering

This article first studied the morphological characteristics of the EEG for intensive cardiac care; that is, based on the analysis of the mechanism of disease diagnosis and treatment, a signal processing and machine learning model was constructed. Then, the methods of signal preprocessing, signal feature extraction, new neural network model structure, training mechanism, optimization algorithm, and efficiency are studied, and experimental verification is carried out for public data sets and clinical big data. Then, the principle of intensive cardiac monitoring, the mechanism of disease diagnosis, the types of arrhythmia, and the characteristics of the typical signal are studied, and the rhythm performance, individual variability, and neurophysiological basis of electrical signals in intensive cardiac monitoring are researched. Finally, the automatic signal recognition technology is studied. In order to improve the training speed and generalization ability, a multiclassification model based on Least Squares Twin Support Vector Machine (LS-TWIN-SVM) is proposed. The computational complexity of the classification model algorithm is compared, and intelligence is adopted. The optimization algorithm selects the parameters of the classifier and uses the EEG signal to simulate the model. Support Vector Machines and their improved algorithms have achieved the ultimum in shallow neural networks and have achieved good results in the classification and recognition of bioelectric signals. The LS-TWIN-SVM algorithm proposed in this paper has achieved good results in the classification and recognition of bioelectric signals. It can perform bioinformatics processing on intensive cardiac care EEG signals, systematically biometric information, diagnose diseases, the real-time detection, auxiliary diagnosis, and rehabilitation of patients.

Chen Junjun, Pu Hong, Wang Dianrong