Calibración automática en filtros adaptativos para el procesamiento de señales EMG

Translated title of the contribution: Automatic calibration in adaptive filters to EMG signals processing

Christian Salamea Palacios, Santiago Luna Romero

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Abstract

In this work, an adaptive filtering that includes an automatic calibration process to acquire EMG (electromyography) signals has been implemented. We propose a novel technique called "autocalibration" to minimize the noise generated by the contact of the skin with sensors used (electrodes) during physical activities development. Adaptive filtering has been used considering both, physical activity and sweating in persons are factors that could change the measurement conditions. To evaluate the proposed technique, a group of persons have been selected to develop physical activities for different intensities of effort. Relative improvement of the signal to noise ratio (RI-SNR) has been used to compare both, the proposed technique and adaptive filters that use "white noise" as reference signal. This work is focused on Wiener, LMS and RLS estimators, with measurements performed before and after of the physical activities. Applying the autocalibration process in adaptive filtering, an improvement up to 45,49% compared with the corresponding that uses "white noise" for calibration has been obtained.

Translated title of the contributionAutomatic calibration in adaptive filters to EMG signals processing
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)232-237
Number of pages6
JournalRIAI - Revista Iberoamericana de Automatica e Informatica Industrial
Volume16
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2019

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Keywords

  • Adaptive Filters
  • Control Applications
  • Noise
  • Perturbation
  • Signal Processing

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