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A clinical electrocardiographic interpretation depends on use of classifications tailored by the physician to suit his own clinical practice. These classifications are built up from the correlations of multiple combinations of electrocardiographic parameters and their measurements to clinical entities. If the clinical electrocardiogram or any other clinically used "electro-medical" signal is to be examined by a computer it is the specialist of the subject matter who must develop a step by step organization and detailed logic of the material so that the "computer specialist" can follow it. With this available, the "computer specialist" is able to properly detail the procedures that the computer will follow to perform the desired service for the practicing physician.