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The time-dependent shift in the spectral content of the surface myoelectric signal to lower frequencies has proven to be a useful tool for assessing localized muscle fatigue. Unfortunately, the technique has been restricted to constant-force, isometric contractions because of limitations in the processing methods used to obtain spectral estimates. A novel(More)
This study compared the performance of surface electromyographic (sEMG) sensors for different detection conditions affecting the electro-mechanical stability between the sensor and its contact with the skin. These comparisons were made to gain a better understanding of how specific characteristics of sensor design and use may alter the ability of sEMG(More)
Parallel isolated word corpora were collected from healthy speakers and individuals with speech impairment due to stroke or cerebral palsy. Surface electromyographic (sEMG) signals were collected for both vocalized and mouthed speech production modes. Pioneering work on disordered speech recognition using the acoustic signal, the sEMG signals, and their(More)
We report automatic speech recognition accuracy for individual words using eleven surface electromyographic (sEMG) recording locations on the face and neck during three speaking modes: vocalized, mouthed, and mentally rehearsed. An HMM based recognition system was trained and tested on a 65 word vocabulary produced by 9 American English speakers in all(More)
The authors previously reported speaker-dependent automatic speech recognition accuracy for isolated words using eleven surface-electromyographic (sEMG) sensors in fixed recording locations on the face and neck. The original array of sensors was chosen to ensure ample coverage of the muscle groups known to contribute to articulation during speech(More)
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