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European recommendations for surface electromyography: Results of the SENIAM Project
The mere fact that the EC has decided to fund this concerted action on Surface ElectroMyoGraphy (SEMG), should be regarded as a real acknowledgement of the maturity and potential benefits of SEMG. Expand
The conductivity of the human skull: results of in vivo and in vitro measurements
- T. Oostendorp, J. Delbeke, D. Stegeman
- Materials Science, Medicine
- IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
- 1 November 2000
The conductivity of the human skull was measured both in vitro and in vivo, and a ratio of 1:1/15:1 was found, consistent with some of the reports on conductivities found in the literature, but differs considerably from the ratio 1: 1/80:1 commonly used in neural source localization. Expand
SENIAM 8: European recommendations for surface electromyography
Methodological aspects of SEMG recordings for force estimation--a tutorial and review.
- D. Staudenmann, K. Roeleveld, D. Stegeman, J. V. van Dieën
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Journal of electromyography and kinesiology…
- 1 June 2010
The problems associated with surface EMG in muscle force estimation are discussed and the solutions that novel methodological developments provide to this problem are discussed. Expand
Evidence for lateral premotor and parietal overactivity in Parkinson's disease during sequential and bimanual movements. A PET study.
- P. Praamstra, D. Stegeman, A. Cools, A. Meyer, M. Horstink
- Psychology, Medicine
- Brain : a journal of neurology
- 1 April 1998
On the basis of the data presented in our Table 4, which shows an inverse correlation between the latency to nadir of symptoms and the chance of complete recovery, we agree with Professor Hughes and… Expand
Relative contributions of central and peripheral factors to fatigue during a maximal sustained effort
- M. Schillings, W. Hoefsloot, D. Stegeman, M. Zwarts
- European Journal of Applied Physiology
- 5 August 2003
The decline of MFCV indicated that peripheral fatigue increased predominantly during the first half of the contraction and stayed at a constant level during the latter part, in contrast, central fatigue mainly induced a force decrease in the second part of the contractions. Expand
Dipole source analysis suggests selective modulation of the supplementary motor area contribution to the readiness potential.
- P. Praamstra, D. Stegeman, M. Horstink, A. Cools
- Psychology, Medicine
- Electroencephalography and clinical…
- 1 June 1996
The relation between scalp-recorded movement-related activity, intracranially recorded potentials, and findings from functional imaging studies of voluntary movement, appears more transparent than suggested by previous dipole source analyses of premovement potentials. Expand
Investigation of tDCS volume conduction effects in a highly realistic head model.
- S. Wagner, S. Rampersad, +6 authors C. Wolters
- Physics, Medicine
- Journal of neural engineering
- 1 February 2014
The results allow us to formulate a guideline for volume conductor modeling in tDCS to accurately model the major tissues between the stimulating electrodes and the target areas, while for efficient yet accurate modeling, an exact representation of other tissues is less important. Expand
Models and analysis of compound nerve action potentials.
This paper reviews methods of model-based CAP analysis that have emerged during the last decade and focuses on the "inverse" problem of extracting relevant nerve parameters from experimentally recorded CAPs. Expand
Multichannel surface EMG: Basic aspects and clinical utility
It is concluded that multichannel sEMG adds unique, and sometimes indispensable, spatial information to the authors' knowledge of the motor unit. Expand