Steffen Holmgaard

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This study presents a novel method for associating features of the surface electromyogram (EMG) recorded from one upper limb to the force produced by the contralateral limb. Bilateral-mirrored contractions from ten able-bodied subjects were recorded along with isometric forces in multiple degrees of freedom (DOF) from the right wrist. An artificial neural(More)
A new signal processing scheme is presented for extracting neural control information from the multi-channel surface electromyographic signal (sEMG). The extracted information can be used to proportionally control a multi-degree of freedom (DOF) prosthesis. Four time-domain (TD) features were extracted from the multi-channel sEMG during a series of(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to report our experience with malignant and borderline soft tissue tumours (STS) of the head and neck region in the period 1977-2000. DESIGN Retrospective case study including new evaluation of histological specimens. SETTING Tertiary centre, single centre. PARTICIPANTS Review of patient's records and new evaluation(More)
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