Edward A. Clancy

Edward A. Clancy (S'83–M'91–SM'98) received the B.S. degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, USA, and the S.M. and Ph.D. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA, all in electrical engineering. He has worked in industry for medical instrumentation and analysis companies interested in EMG, EEG, ECG, and blood pressure, and the defense industry (aircraft instruments and radar). He is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and of Biomedical Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, USA. He is interested in signal processing, stochastic estimation and system identification, particularly as applied to problems in medical engineering and human rehabilitation.

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Cross-Comparison of Three Electromyogram Decomposition Algorithms Assessed With Experimental and Simulated Data
Abstract The reliability of clinical and scientific information provided by algorithms that automatically decompose the electromyogram (EMG) depends on the algorithms’ accuracies. We used experimental and simulated data to assess the agreement and accuracy of three publicly available decomposition algorithms—EMGlab (McGill... Read more
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Open Access Dataset, Toolbox and Benchmark Processing Results of High-Density Surface Electromyogram Recordings
We provide an open access dataset of High densitY Surface Electromyogram (HD-sEMG) Recordings (named “Hyser”), a toolbox for neural interface research, and benchmark results for pattern recognition and EMG-force applications. Data from 20 subjects were acquired twice per subject on... Read more