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Very interesting web site, however my professor asked us to look for information on digital, not analog multimeters. There is some good stuff I found in this site that could actually help me: the high-impedance voltmeter.
Once more, (thank you) obrigado!
Hi everybody, can anybody tell me where to find information on the internal working of a digital multimeter, its constructive aspects and general instrumentation concerning its use?
Very nice database, but it hasn't what I'm looking for. They even have some emg signals and gait signals, but no signals extracted from limbs, preciselly no lower limb emg.
Hello, I've been reading a few articles which mention clustering analysis or about "clustered usgin a neural network" myoelectric features. What is this cluster thing? How does it work? What is it's importance for signal processing?
Newbie book on DSP
about "The scientist's and engineer's guide to DSP", also known as DSP Guide, you can order it. check out these links:
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arma autoregressive moving average
Hello, can anybody tell me where I can find a good tutorial on estimation and algorithm for the calculation of the coeficients of autoregressive moving average models?
I'll have to design a electromyographer to use in a above knee prosthesis... can you tell me where I can find information on schematics, which is the best amplifier to use or even how to capture the signal in arrays?
What is transfer fuction
The transfer function of the system (not necessarily a circuit) can be seen as the transform (could be in Fourier/frequency, Laplace or Z domains - I haven't sudied other transforms) of the time domain impulse response of the system.