\r\nFurthermore, a 2nd-order IIR whitening filter was designed based on the magnitude response of the “Universal” FIR whitening filter, via the differential evolution algorithm. The performance of this IIR whitening filter was very similar to the FIR filter, with a performance of 4.81±2.12% MVC. A statistical test showed that these two methods had no significant difference either.

\r\nAdditionally, a complete theory of EMG in additive measured noise contraction modeling is described. Results show that subtracting the variance of whitened noise by computing the root difference of the square (RDS) is the correct way to remove noise from the EMG signal.

\r\n", "dc:type": "Thesis", "http://vivoweb.org/ontology/core#AcademicDegree": "MS", "dc:created": "2019-11-26" } ] }