Cross-correlation as a method for comparing dynamic electromyography signals during gait.

  title={Cross-correlation as a method for comparing dynamic electromyography signals during gait.},
  author={Tishya A. L. Wren and Khanh Patrick Do and Susan A Rethlefsen and Bitte S. Healy},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  volume={39 14},
Current clinical interpretation of dynamic electromyography (EMG) data is usually based on qualitative assessments of muscle timing. Cross-correlation may provide a method for objectively comparing the timing and shape of EMG signals. This study used cross-correlation to compare EMG signals from different walking trials, different test sessions, and different individuals in able-bodied adults. Cross-correlation results (R-values) for different walking trials within a single test session were… CONTINUE READING


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