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Today, echocardiography is regarded as the clinical gold standard for evaluation of left ventricular (LV) dysfunction. Although a number of quantitative metrics are commonly used in conjunction with specific criteria to diagnose and prognosticate the disease state, part of the assessment of LV function is still qualitative and performed visually. Subjectively derived indices such as the wall motion score index are subject to significant inter-observer variability. Ultrasoundbased measures ofdoi:10.1109/bhi.2014.6864457 dblp:conf/bhi/GamarnikRAL14 fatcat:hevwi6vvgngwvmsr4g62q36gym