Muscle activity estimation through surface EMG analysis during salat

@article{Khanam2015MuscleAE,
  title={Muscle activity estimation through surface EMG analysis during salat},
  author={Farzana Khanam and Shadli Islam and Md Asadur Rahman and Mohiudding Ahmad},
  journal={2015 International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Information Communication Technology (ICEEICT)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-6}
}
Salat may be useful in warm up or in rehabilitation programs. This study explores the muscle potential and force during Salat's movement and position that can be one of the daily exercise and training for our muscle in course of biomechanical response of human body. From this study, it is possible to recognize the muscles that are involved and contract during Salat. In case of signal acquisition, subjects selection and data collection steps are accomplished by hardware setup. We have analyzed… 

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