To ensure a high level of EMG activity in deltoid, the subjects performed slightly larger arm swinging than they usually do.
The temporal structure of the burst-like EMG activity was used to predict the spatiotemporal kinematic pattern of the forthcoming step.
Electromyography (EMG) is a procedure for assessing and recording the electrical activity produced by skeletal muscles.
Since the contracting skeletal muscles are greatly responsible for loading the bones and joints, information about the...
Facial EMG & Startle Response Facial electromyography (f EMG) typically uses surface EMG electrodes to detect activity at the zygomaticus (cheek), orbicularis oculi (under eye), and/or corrugator supercilii (brow) muscle regions More...
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more During human walking, there exists a functional neural coupling between arms and legs, and between cervical and lumbosacral pattern generators.
Here, we present a novel approach for associating the electromyographic (EMG) activity from upper limb muscles with leg kinematics.
The proposed approach may have important implications for the design of human–machine interfaces and neuroprosthetic technologies such as those of assistive lower limb exoskeletons.
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