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Model assessment through data assimilation of realistic data in cardiac electrophysiology

Abstract

We consider a model-based estimation procedure-namely a data assimilation algorithm-of the atrial depolarization state of a subject using data corresponding to electro-anatomical maps. Our objective is to evaluate the sensitivity of such a model-based reconstruction with respect to model choices. The followed data assimilation approach is capable of using electrical activation times to adapt a monodomain model simulation, thanks to an ingenious model-data fitting term inspired from image processing. The resulting simulation smoothes and completes the activation maps when they are spatially incomplete. Moreover, conductivity parameters can also be inferred. The model sensitivity assessment is performed based on synthetic data generated with a validated realistic atria model and then inverted using simpler modeling ingredients. In particular, the impact of the muscle fibers definition and corresponding anisotropic conductivity parameters is studied. Finally, an application of the method to real data is presented, showing promising results.
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hal-02172102 , version 1 (03-07-2019)

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Antoine Gérard, Annabelle Collin, Gautier Bureau, Philippe Moireau, Yves Coudière. Model assessment through data assimilation of realistic data in cardiac electrophysiology. FIMH 2019 - 10th Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart, Jun 2019, Bordeaux, France. ⟨hal-02172102⟩
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