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Concept Electromyography
Academic Article A clinically applicable model to estimate the opposing muscle groups contributions to isometric and dynamic tasks.
Academic Article An EMG-driven biomechanical model that accounts for the decrease in moment generation capacity during a dynamic fatigued condition.
Academic Article Estimation of ligament loading and anterior tibial translation in healthy and ACL-deficient knees during gait and the influence of increasing tibial slope using EMG-driven approach.
Academic Article An electromyogram-driven musculoskeletal model of the knee to predict in vivo joint contact forces during normal and novel gait patterns.
Academic Article A real-time EMG-driven virtual arm.
Academic Article Prediction of joint moments using a neural network model of muscle activations from EMG signals.
Academic Article A one-parameter neural activation to muscle activation model: estimating isometric joint moments from electromyograms.
Academic Article Specificity of muscle action after anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Academic Article Altered quadriceps control in people with anterior cruciate ligament deficiency.
Academic Article Neuromuscular function after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with autologous semitendinosus-gracilis graft.
Academic Article Estimation of muscle forces and joint moments using a forward-inverse dynamics model.
Academic Article Use of an EMG-driven biomechanical model to study virtual injuries.
Academic Article Neuromuscular biomechanical modeling to understand knee ligament loading.
Academic Article Can pennation angles be predicted from EMGs for the primary ankle plantar and dorsiflexors during isometric contractions?
Academic Article An EMG-driven model to estimate muscle forces and joint moments in stroke patients.
Academic Article The Advantages of Normalizing Electromyography to Ballistic Rather than Isometric or Isokinetic Tasks.
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