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Landajuela, Mikel; Anirudh, Rushil; Blake, Robert (2022). Dataset of Simulated Intracardiac Transmembrane Voltage Recordings and ECG Signals. In Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Open Data Initiative. UC San Diego Library Digital Collections. https://doi.org/10.6075/J0SN094N
The dataset consists of pairs of computationally simulated intracardiac transmembrane voltage recordings and ECG signals. In total, 16140 organ-level simulations were conducted to create this dataset, using a range of cardiac geometries and physiological parameters. Simulations were performed at LLNL's Lassen supercomputer, concurrently utilizing 4 GPUs and 40 CPU cores. Each simulation produced pairs of 500ms-by-10 ECG signals and 500ms-by-75 transmembrane voltage signals. For convenience, the signals are concatenated and saved as matrices. Each of these matrices is then stored as a numpy array. See the documentation for further details.
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