Determination of Optimal Heart Rate Variability Features Based on SVM-Recursive Feature Elimination for Cumulative Stress Monitoring Using ECG Sensor

Title
Determination of Optimal Heart Rate Variability Features Based on SVM-Recursive Feature Elimination for Cumulative Stress Monitoring Using ECG Sensor
Authors
윤인찬이미란박다정박성희성준경
Keywords
heart rate variability; cumulative stress; electrocardiogram; stress monitoring; SVM-RFE
Issue Date
2018-07
Publisher
Sensors
Citation
VOL 18, NO 7-2387-15
Abstract
Routine stress monitoring in daily life can predict potentially serious health impacts. Effective stress monitoring in medical and healthcare fields is dependent upon accurate determination of stress-related features. In this study, we determined the optimal stress-related features for effective monitoring of cumulative stress. We first investigated the effects of short- and long-term stress on various heart rate variability (HRV) features using a rodent model. Subsequently, we determined an optimal HRV feature set using support vector machine-recursive feature elimination (SVM-RFE). Experimental results indicate that the HRV time domain features generally decrease under long-term stress, and the HRV frequency domain features have substantially significant differences under short-term stress. Further, an SVM classifier with a radial basis function kernel proved most accurate (93.11%) when using an optimal HRV feature set comprising the mean of R-R intervals (mRR), the standard deviation of R-R intervals (SDRR), and the coefficient of variance of R-R intervals (CVRR) as time domain features, and the normalized low frequency (nLF) and the normalized high frequency (nHF) as frequency domain features. Our findings indicate that the optimal HRV features identified in this study can effectively and efficiently detect stress. This knowledge facilitates development of in-facility and mobile healthcare system designs to support stress monitoring in daily life.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/67864
ISSN
1424-8220
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