Alex Andrews

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The myoelectric signal has played a major role in the development of prosthesis control technology. A myoelectric classification system has the ability to determine a prosthesis user's intent based solely on his or her muscle activity, thereby allowing for more intuitive prosthetic control. Much work has been done on the recognition of upper arm and gross(More)
PURPOSE A recently-developed assistive technology nicknamed "the Hummer" was investigated as a potential powered wheelchair controller for individuals with severe and multiple disabilities. System performance in a noisy environment was compared to that obtained with a commercial automatic speech recognition (ASR) system. METHOD A bi-hum driving protocol(More)
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