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Auto-and cross-correlation analysis of the electrical activity of muscles

  • R. S. Person
  • L. N. Mishin
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Abstract

The paper describes apparatus which has been built to measure the auto- and cross-correlation functions. An application of the apparatus, an investigation into the effect on the auto- and cross-correlograms of fatigue, is reported.

Keywords

Fatigue Motor Unit Biceps Brachii High Nervous Activity Interelectrode Distance 
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Sommaire

On décrit un appareil conçu et mis au point pour mesurer les fonctions de l'analyse par auto-corrélation et par corrélation réciproque. On décrit également une application de l'appareil dans l'étude des effets de la fatigue sur les auto-corrélogrammes et les corrélogrammes réciproques.

Zusammenfassung

Die vorliegende Arbeit beschreibt ein Gerät zur Messung der Auto- und Kreuzkorrelationsfunktionen zwischen Elektromyogrammen, die an zwei verchiedenen Stellen desselben Muskels gemessen wurden. Anwendung des Geräts und eine Untersuchung über den Einfluß von Erschöpfung auf die Auto-und Kreuzkorrelogramme werden dargestellt.

Резюме

Описан аппарат, построенный для измерения ауто-и кросс-корреляционных функций между злектромиограммами, зарегистрированными в двух участках одной и той же мышы. Сообщается о применении аппарата и исследовании влияния утомления на ауто-и кросс-корреллограммы.

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© Pergamon Press Limited 1964

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. S. Person
    • 1
  • L. N. Mishin
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences and All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Medical Instruments and Equipment of the U.S.S.R. Health MinistryUSSR

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