Andrew D. Nordin

University of Florida

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TBME, Featured Articles
Faster Gait Speeds Reduce Alpha and Beta EEG Spectral Power From Human Sensorimotor Cortex
Understanding how the human brain controls locomotion is a considerable neuroscience challenge that has required advancements in mobile neuroimaging methods. Mobile high-density electroencephalography (EEG) allows electrical brain activity to be measured non-invasively during gait, but these signals are prone to... Read more
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Comparison of Signal Processing Methods for Reducing Motion Artifacts in High-Density Electromyography During Human Locomotion
Objective: High-density electromyography (EMG) is useful for studying changes in myoelectric activity within a muscle during human movement, but it is prone to motion artifacts during locomotion. We compared canonical correlation analysis and principal component analysis methods for signal decomposition... Read more