Carlos Martinez-Luna

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Surface electromyogram-controlled powered hand/wrist prostheses return partial upper-limb function to limb-absent persons. Typically, one degree of freedom (DoF) is controlled at a time, with mode switching between DoFs. Recent research has explored using large-channel EMG systems to provide simultaneous, independent and proportional (SIP) control of two(More)
Many advanced EMG-based upper-limb prosthesis control methods require model training in which subjects produce supervised forces/movements. Since unilateral limb-absent subjects cannot produce forces/movements on their affected side, one technique (mirrored bi-lateral training) relates forces/motions produced on the sound side to EMG on the affected side.(More)
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