Lie-zhong Ge

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the numerical relationship between the changes of surface electromyographic (sEMG) signal indexes and subjective assessment of muscle fatigue during isometric contractions. METHOD Eleven healthy subjects participated in the experiment. The sEMG signals of biceps were recorded during their sustained isometric contractions at 50%(More)
As a non-invasive on-line measurement, sEMG can reflect the status of muscle activity and muscle function accurately and objectively. Some sEMG Time-frequency analysis techniques, especially the JASA (joint analysis of EMG spectrum and amplitude) analysis, for evaluation of muscle fatigue in ergonomics and occupational field studies are introduced and(More)
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