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Normalization of EMG Signals: To Normalize or Not to Normalize and What to Normalize to?

By Mark Halaki and Karen Ginn

Submitted: February 13th 2012Reviewed: May 18th 2012Published: October 17th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/49957

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