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    • A STUDY OF EMG SIGNALS FROM LIMBS WITH CONGENITAL ABSENCE AND ACQUIRED LOSSES 

      Kyberd, Peter; Taffler, Sean (2002)
      The basic assumption made by the designers of EMG amplifier systems is that the substantial difference between different person's detected EMG signals is the energy generated, but the spectral content is sufficiently similar ...
    • The Use of Fuzzy Logic In the Processing Of Myoelectric Signals 

      Taffler, Sean; Kyberd, Peter J. (1999)
      This paper describes the use of Fuzzy logic for the processing of EMG signals. This can increase the recognition rate and significantly reduce the number of computations required to generate an output. The initial placement ...
    • The use of the Hilbert transforra in EMG Analysis 

      Taffler, Sean; Kyberd, Peter J. (1999)
      The Fourier transform has traditionally been used for the detailed analysis of EMG signals. This has yielded many useful results, none more so than the descriptions of the energy produced at differing frequencies. This has ...