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Dataset accompanying publication "Is intermittent control the source of the nonlinear oscillatory component (0.2-2Hz) in human balance control?"

Loram, Ian ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8125-6320, Gollee, Henrik, van de Kamp, Cornelis and Gawthrop, Peter J (2022) Dataset accompanying publication "Is intermittent control the source of the nonlinear oscillatory component (0.2-2Hz) in human balance control?". [Dataset]

Abstract

This dataset supports the publication "Is intermittent control the source of the nonlinear oscillatory component (0.2-2Hz) in human balance control". The data includes the experimental signals (input disturbance d, myoelectric control signal ue and the system output (position) y, raw EMG), transfer functions for the external and neuromuscular system, and trial descriptors required for readers to investigate the experimental data using their own methods and models. The dataset includes MATLAB code for the cost function to enable readers to compare their own results with those reported in this publication. The dataset includes 68 trials, from 14 healthy participants. Each participant attempted five 250s trials in randomized order including eyes open unstable (EO US), eyes closed unstable (EC US), eyes open stable (EO S), eyes closed stable (EC S), lower amplitude disturbance eyes open unstable (L EO US). The instructions are contained within the file ‘Instructions for DataSet.docx’ and the data, which can be opened in MATLAB once downloaded, is contained in ‘PublicationDataSet.mat’.

Date added to e-space: 02 Mar 2022 11:22
Publisher: Manchester Metropolitan University
Divisions: Faculties > Science and Engineering
Subject terms: neuromuscular system, balance control
URI: https://e-space.mmu.ac.uk/id/eprint/629266
DOI: https://doi.org/10.23634/MMUDR.00629266

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