Biomedical Engineering I. Recent Developments: Proceedings by Subrata Saha

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The stimulus required to evoke the muscle is con­ trolled by the computer program. The software is designed such that the stimulat­ ion rates can be varied over any desired range. Depending upon the rate of stimul­ ation of the nerve, the length of the incoming data segment is fixed such that an epp is picked out as the local maximum value of that current segment. Corrections are applied to the initial portion of the data segment to eliminate the presence of the stimulus artifact prior to computing the local maximum.

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