Low-frequency component of rectified EMG is temporally correlated with force and instantaneous rate of force fluctuations during steady contractions.

@article{Yoshitake2013LowfrequencyCO,
  title={Low-frequency component of rectified EMG is temporally correlated with force and instantaneous rate of force fluctuations during steady contractions.},
  author={Yasuhide Yoshitake and Minoru Shinohara},
  journal={Muscle & nerve},
  year={2013},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={577-84}
}
INTRODUCTION The usefulness of surface EMG for assessing motor output variability during steady contraction is unclear. The purpose of this study was to examine the temporal correlation in signal characteristics between low-frequency components of full-wave rectified EMG (with or without high-pass filtering before rectification) and force fluctuations or the instantaneous rate of force fluctuations (dF/dt) during steady contractions. METHODS Fourteen young adults produced steady force with… CONTINUE READING
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