Carey RM, Clancy EA. EMG decomposition annotation comparison method. Proc IEEE 31st Ann Northeast Bioeng Conf, 100-101, 2005. (view pdf)

McGill KC, Lateva ZC, Johanson ME. Validation of a computer-aided EMG decomposition method. Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc Conf, 4744-4747, 2004. (view pdf)

McGill KC, Lateva ZC, Marateb HR. EMGLAB: An interactive EMG decomposition program. J Neurosci Meth, 149: 121-133, 2005. (view pdf)

Nikolic M. Detailed Analysis of Clinical Electromyography Signals EMG Decomposition, Findings and Firing Pattern Analysis in Controls and Patients with Myopathy and Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis. PhD Thesis, Faculty of Health Science, University of Copenhagen, 2001.  (view pdf)


Koch VM. A Factor Graph Approach to Model-Based Signal Separation. Series in Signal and Information Processing, Vol. 18. Hartung-Gorre, Konstanz, Germany, 2007. (link)

Koch VM, McGill KC, Loeliger H-A. Resolution of superpositions in EMG signals using belief propagation: results for the known constituent problem. IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc Conf, 2006. (view pdf)

McGill KC. Optimal resolution of superimposed action potentials. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, 49: 640-650, 2002. (view pdf)

McGill KC, Cummins KL, Dorfman LJ. Automatic decomposition of the clinical electromyogram. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, BME-32: 470–477, 1985. (view pdf)

McGill KC, Dorfman LJ. High-resolution alignment of sampled waveforms. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, BME-31: 462–468, 1984. (view pdf)


Lateva ZC, McGill KC. Satellite potentials of motor unit action potentials in normal muscles: a new hypothesis for their origin. Clin Neurophysiol, 110: 1625-1633, 1999. (view pdf)

Lateva ZC, McGill KC. Estimating motor-unit architectural properties by analyzing motor-unit action potential morphology. Clin Neurophysiol, 112: 127-135, 2001. (view pdf)

Lateva ZC, McGill KC, Johanson ME. Electrophysiological evidence of adult human skeletal muscle fibres with multiple endplates and polyneuronal innervation. J Physiol (Lond),J 544(Pt 2): 549-65, 2002.  (view pdf)










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