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Feature Extraction and Classification of Neuromuscular Diseases Using Scanning EMG
In this study a new dataset are prepared for neuromuscular diseases using scanning EMG method and four new features are extracted. These features are maximum amplitude, phase duration at the maximum amplitude, maximum ...
New features for scanned bioelectrical activity of motor unit in health and disease
The present study aims to find new features that support the differential diagnosis of neuromuscular diseases. Scanning EMG is an experimental method developed for understanding the motor unit organization and for observing ...
Effect of brightness of visual stimuli on EEG signals
The aim of this study was to examine brightness effect, which is the perceptual property of visual stimuli, on brain responses obtained during visual processing of these stimuli. For this purpose, brain responses of the ...
The effect of recording site on extracted features of motor unit action potential
Motor unit action potential (MUAP), which consists of individual muscle fiber action potentials (MFAPs), represents the electrical activity of the motor unit. The values of the MUAP features are changed by denervation and ...
Detection of Injured Kidney in Computed Tomography
Timely and accurate diagnosis of intraabdominal organ injuries due to trauma is critical. Computer Assisted Detection (CAD) systems are rapidly developing techniques to segment the organs or to detect the pathologies in ...
Classification of Neuromuscular Diseases in Neuromuscular Junction and Tendon Recordings with Needle EMG by Using Welch's Method
In this study, the power spectral density of simulated data which contain neuromuscular diseases and normal motor unit (i.e. control group) scenarios was calculated using Welch's method. Furthermore, the effect of Welch's ...