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Sources of Bias in Synchronization Measures and how to Minimize Their Effects on the Estimation of Synchronicity: Application to the Uterine Electromyogram

By Terrien Jeremy, Marque Catherine, Germain Guy and Karlsson Brynjar

Published: October 1st 2009

DOI: 10.5772/7486

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Terrien Jeremy, Marque Catherine, Germain Guy and Karlsson Brynjar (October 1st 2009). Sources of Bias in Synchronization Measures and how to Minimize Their Effects on the Estimation of Synchronicity: Application to the Uterine Electromyogram, Recent Advances in Biomedical Engineering, Ganesh R Naik, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/7486. Available from:

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