Abstract

Dynamic spectra (DS) can greatly reduce the influence of individual differences and the measurement environment by extracting the absorbance of pulsating blood at multiple wavelengths, and it is expected to achieve noninvasive detection of blood components. Extracting high-quality DS is the prerequisite for improving detection accuracy. This paper proposed an optimizing differential extraction method in view of the deficiency of existing extraction methods. In the proposed method, the sub-dynamic spectrum (sDS) is composed by sequentially extracting the absolute differences of two sample points corresponding to the height of the half peak on the two sides of the lowest point in each period of the logarithm photoplethysmography signal. The study was based on clinical trial data from 231 volunteers. Single-trial extraction method, original differential extraction method, and optimizing differential extraction method were used to extract DS from the volunteers’ experimental data. Partial least squares regression (PLSR) and radial basis function (RBF) neural network were used for modeling. According to the effect of PLSR modeling, by extracting DS using the proposed method, the correlation coefficient of prediction set (Rp) has been improved by 17.33% and the root mean square error of prediction set has been reduced by 7.10% compared with the original differential extraction method. Compared with the single-trial extraction method, the correlation coefficient of calibration set (Rc) has increased from 0.747659 to 0.8244, with an increase of 10.26%, while the correlation coefficient of prediction set (Rp) decreased slightly by 3.22%, much lower than the increase of correction set. The result of the RBF neural network modeling also shows that the accuracy of the optimizing differential method is better than the other two methods both in calibration set and prediction set. In general, the optimizing differential extraction method improves the data utilization and credibility compared with the existing extraction methods, and the modeling effect is better than the other two methods.

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