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Pain Intensity Recognition Rates via Biopotential Feature Patterns with Support Vector Machines
Background The clinically used methods of pain diagnosis do not allow for objective and robust measurement, and physicians must rely on the patient’s report on the pain sensation. Verbal scales,Expand
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Automatic pain quantification using autonomic parameters
objective measurement of subjective, multi-dimensionally experienced pain is a problem for which there has not been an adequate solution. Although verbal methods (e.g., pain scales andExpand
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Recognition of Intensive Valence and Arousal Affective States via Facial Electromyographic Activity in Young and Senior Adults
Background Research suggests that interaction between humans and digital environments characterizes a form of companionship in addition to technical convenience. To this effect, humans have attemptedExpand
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Human Tremor: Origins, Detection and Quantification
The human tremor is one of the most common movement disorders, which is characterized by repetitive and stereotyped movements. The origins of tremor are still not clear, however tremor can beExpand
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Effects of low-level laser therapy (LLLT 808 nm) on lower limb spastic muscle activity in chronic stroke patients
A cerebrovascular accident (CVA) may affect basic motor functions, including spasticity that may be present in the upper extremity and/or the lower extremity, post-stroke. Spasticity causes pain,Expand
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Objective Assessment of Bradykinesia Estimated from the Wrist Extension in Older Adults and Patients with Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson’s disease (PD) presents several motor signs, including tremor and bradykinesia. However, these signs can also be found in other motor disorders and in neurologically healthy older adults.Expand
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Gait stability, variability and complexity on inclined surfaces.
This study evaluated the gait stability, variability, and complexity of healthy young adults on inclined surfaces. A total of 49 individuals walked on a treadmill at their preferred speed for 4min atExpand
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Empirical Mode Decomposition for Isolation of Neural Assemblies Underlying Cognitive Acts
Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) is introduced as a method for detecting neural assemblies integrating information from different brain regions by long-range phase synchronisation in differentExpand
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Linear and Nonlinear Gait Features in Older Adults Walking on Inclined Surfaces at Different Speeds
This study evaluated linear and nonlinear gait features in healthy older adults walking on inclined surfaces at different speeds. Thirty-seven active older adults (experimental group) and fifty youngExpand
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EMG Decomposition and Artefact Removal
Traditionally, in clinical electromyography (EMG), neurophysiologists assess the state of the muscle by studying basic units of an EMG signal, which are referred to as motor unit action potentialsExpand
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