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Isayama Yoshiharu Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
山本 尚武 Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
山本 辰馬 Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
There is a small vibration which goes undetected by the naked eyes. It is called a microvibration (MV) or a minor tremor (MT). The MV on the body surface is expected to apply to a clinical examination of the autonomic nervous system. It is not cleared why and how the MV occurs, but there are many papers about its occurrence and clinical application. In this study, MV measuring system, its estimation and basic characteristics are examined. The difference between head MV and thenar MV, individual MV and diurnal and seasonal change are discussed. The power spectrum of MV is obtained using an autoregressive model.
Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering, Okayama University
Faculty of Engineering, Okayama University
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