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A note on time-frequency analysis of finger tapping

A note on time-frequency analysis of finger tapping
A note on time-frequency analysis of finger tapping
Finger tapping involves 3 important features: time, spatial amplitude, and frequency. In classical analysis, investigators examine timing parameters; in spectral analysis, they examine frequency parameters. Both types of analysis are based on stationary tap information. The authors propose that time-frequency analysis is a useful tool for analyzing nonstationary finger tapping. They describe the method and give examples of frequency modulation, age difference, and speed transition that demonstrate additional insights one can gain by using this analysis
0022-2895
18-28
Liu, Wei
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Forrester, Larry
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Whitall, Jill
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Liu, Wei
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Forrester, Larry
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Whitall, Jill
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Liu, Wei, Forrester, Larry and Whitall, Jill (2006) A note on time-frequency analysis of finger tapping. Journal of Motor Behavior, 38 (1), 18-28. (doi:10.3200/JMBR.38.1.18-28). (PMID:16436360)

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Abstract

Finger tapping involves 3 important features: time, spatial amplitude, and frequency. In classical analysis, investigators examine timing parameters; in spectral analysis, they examine frequency parameters. Both types of analysis are based on stationary tap information. The authors propose that time-frequency analysis is a useful tool for analyzing nonstationary finger tapping. They describe the method and give examples of frequency modulation, age difference, and speed transition that demonstrate additional insights one can gain by using this analysis

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Published date: 2006
Organisations: Faculty of Health Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 361952
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/361952
ISSN: 0022-2895
PURE UUID: 962c1c13-d322-47f8-b26a-639a0b0146dc

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Date deposited: 06 Feb 2014 13:06
Last modified: 16 Jul 2019 21:12

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