Surface EMG based muscle fatigue evaluation in biomechanics

In the last three decades it has become quite common to evaluate local muscle fatigue by means of surface electromyographic signal processing

Mario Cifrek

2009

Scholarcy highlights

  • In the last three decades it has become quite common to evaluate local muscle fatigue by means of surface electromyographic signal processing
  • The aim of this paper is to serve as a state of the art summary of this issue
  • Examples from the authors’ own work are incorporated where appropriate. The future of this methodology is projected by estimating those methods that have the greatest chance to be routinely used as reliable muscle fatigue measures
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