Andrew Duxbury

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The power spectral distribution of an electromyogram offers a useful presentation of the myoelectric signal at any level of muscle activity. Various factors which may affect this distribution are considered. A computerized method for obtaining the power spectral distribution for masseter and a study of the effect of bite force and electrode position on this(More)
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The electromyogram (EMG) of contracting muscles can be analysed in the frequency domain by spectral analysis. However, there is a need to establish the reproducibility of spectral parameters such as mean power frequency (MPF). This study examined the variation of MPF (masseter and anterior temporalis) between and within recording sessions. The MPF was found(More)
An investigation was undertaken into the reproducibility of electromyograms of masseter muscles in five human subjects. Under standardized conditions, integrated electromyographic recordings were taken during three sessions on each of 5 days. Analysis of variance showed that at the 0-05 probability level the results were reproducible for each subject not(More)
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