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Electromyography (EMG) signals are commonly recorded using the Ag/AgCl gel electrodes in myoelectric prosthetic control. While a gelled electrode may provide high-quality EMG recordings, it is inconvenient in clinical application of a myoelectric prosthesis. A novel type of signal sensors-textile electrodes should be ideal in control of myoelectric(More)
Textile electrode is flexible, folding, washable and biocompatible with skin. With these advantages, the textile electrodes should be an ideal alternative for electromyogram (EMG) recordings in clinical applications. In this study, a textile electrode system was used for EMG signal recordings and its usability and performance in classifying different arm(More)
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