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Electromyography Analysis for Person Identification
Suresh.M , Krishnamohan.P.G, Mallikarjun S Holi
Pages - 172 - 179     |    Revised - 01-07-2011     |    Published - 05-08-2011
Volume - 5   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - July / August 2011  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Biometrics, Electromyogram, Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM), Identification, Vector Quantization
ABSTRACT
Physiological descriptions of the electromyography signal and other literature say that when we make a motion, the motor neurons of respective muscle get activated and all the innervated motor units in that zone produce motor unit action potential. These motor unit action potentials travel through the muscle fibers with conduction velocity and superimposed signal gets recorded at the electrode site. Here we have taken an analogy from the speech production system model as the excitation signal travels through vocal tract to produce speech; similarly, an impulse train of firing rate frequency goes through the system with impulse response of motor unit action potentials and travels along the muscle fiber of that person. As the vocal tract contains the speaker information, we can also separate the muscle fiber pattern part and motor unit discharge pattern through proper selection of features and its classification to identify the respective person. Cepstral and non uniform filter bank features models the variation in the spectrum of the signals. Vector quantization and Gaussian mixture model are the two techniques of pattern matching have been applied.
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Dr. Suresh.M
- India
sureshm_ap@yahoo.co.in
Mr. Krishnamohan.P.G
- India
Mr. Mallikarjun S Holi
- India