0 sEMG Techniques to Detect and Predict Localised Muscle Fatigue

@inproceedings{AlMulla20110ST,
  title={0 sEMG Techniques to Detect and Predict Localised Muscle Fatigue},
  author={Mohamed R Al-Mulla and Francisco Sepulveda and Martin Colley},
  year={2011}
}
Recent advances in physiological studies have demonstrated the importance of muscle fatigue detection and prediction in various aspects of our lives, including sports, rehabilitation and ergonomics. Automating muscle fatigue detection/prediction in wearable technology has the potential to aid in many applications. However, current research has made little progress towards automating muscle fatigue detection/prediction in computational models. The work presented in this chapter supports the idea… CONTINUE READING

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