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Human development of grip force modulation relating to cyclic movement-induced inertial loads
Abstract. The present study examines the development of grip force modulation relating to self-induced loads during repetitive vertical arm movements at different frequencies with a hand-held object.Expand
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Against spectral leakage
Abstract Analysis of periodic signals is often performed in the frequency domain. The evaluation of time-discrete spectra, however, is hampered by leakage, which occurs if a non-integral number ofExpand
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Determining figures of merit from analog-to-digital converter output spectra
  • A. Breitenbach
  • Computer Science
  • Comput. Stand. Interfaces
  • 1 September 1998
Evaluation of the spectrum obtained from recorded output data after periodic, often sinusoidal excitation is a common method for gaining information on the dynamic performance of an analog-to-digitalExpand
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An almost leakage free method for assessing Σ-Δ modulator spectra
This paper addresses the problem of spectral analysis of /spl Sigma/-/spl Delta/ modulator output spectra. Often, data containing a periodic signal are evaluated using fast-Fourier-transform (FFT)Expand
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Aspects of spectrum and hybrid spectrum analysis for sensor SNR determination
  • A. Breitenbach
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Acoustics…
  • 21 April 1997
Analog sensors are sometimes described in data sheets as having "infinite" resolution. Although there are no quantization effects in their analog output, their resolution is, of course, limited byExpand
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A method for determining the signal-to-noise ratio of sensors by spectral analysis
  • A. Breitenbach
  • Physics
  • IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology…
  • 1997
Often the dynamic performance of sensors has to be evaluated. For this, figures of merit such as total harmonic distortion (THD) and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) are useful. Several methods forExpand
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Line-oriented spectrum evaluation for sensor SNR estimation
  • A. Breitenbach
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas.
  • 1 February 1998
When the dynamic performance of sensors has to be evaluated, the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) is a useful figure of merit. A method for estimating the SNR of an analog sensor is proposed by which theExpand
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Line-oriented and crosscorrelation analysis of periodic kinematic and kinetic hand movement signals
The aim of this paper is to provide methods for the automatic detection of force adaptation disturbances from recorded kinematic and kinetic signals of periodic hand movements. Two such methods forExpand
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Two methods for the comparison of hand movement signal quality
This paper proposes and compares two methods for the automatic detection of force adaptation disturbances from recorded kinematic and kinetic signals of periodic hand movements. Line-orientedExpand
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An Almost Leakage Free Method for
This paper addresses the problem of spectral anal- ysis of - modulator output spectra. Often, data containing a periodic signal are evaluated using fast-Fourier-transform (FFT) based spectralExpand
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