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  • Authors: A. M., Adam; R. M., Farouk; B. S., El-Desouky;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2023)

    A wide range of signs are acquired from the human body called biomedical signs or biosignals, and they can be at the cell level, organ level, or sub-atomic level. Electroencephalogram is the electrical activity from the cerebrum, the electrocardiogram is the electrical activity from the heart, electrical action from the muscle sound signals referred to as electromyogram, the electroretinogram from the eye, and so on. Studying these signals can be so helpful for doctors, and it can help them examine and predict and cure many diseases.