Compression of high-density EMG signals for trapezius and gastrocnemius muscles

@inproceedings{Itiki2014CompressionOH,
  title={Compression of high-density EMG signals for trapezius and gastrocnemius muscles},
  author={Cinthia Itiki and S{\'e}rgio Shiguemi Furuie and Roberto Merletti},
  booktitle={Biomedical engineering online},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND New technologies for data transmission and multi-electrode arrays increased the demand for compressing high-density electromyography (HD EMG) signals. This article aims the compression of HD EMG signals recorded by two-dimensional electrode matrices at different muscle-contraction forces. It also shows methodological aspects of compressing HD EMG signals for non-pinnate (upper trapezius) and pinnate (medial gastrocnemius) muscles, using image compression techniques. METHODS HD EMG… CONTINUE READING
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