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This study presents a novel method for associating features of the surface electromyogram (EMG) recorded from one upper limb to the force produced by the contralateral limb. Bilateral-mirrored contractions from ten able-bodied subjects were recorded along with isometric forces in multiple degrees of freedom (DOF) from the right wrist. An artificial neural(More)
A new signal processing scheme is presented for extracting neural control information from the multi-channel surface electromyographic signal (sEMG). The extracted information can be used to proportionally control a multi-degree of freedom (DOF) prosthesis. Four time-domain (TD) features were extracted from the multi-channel sEMG during a series of(More)
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