Automatic determination of the optimal shape of a surface electrode: Selective stimulation

@article{Popovi2009AutomaticDO,
  title={Automatic determination of the optimal shape of a surface electrode: Selective stimulation},
  author={D. Popovi{\'c} and M. Popovic},
  journal={Journal of Neuroscience Methods},
  year={2009},
  volume={178},
  pages={174-181}
}
We present a method for automatic determination of the shape and position of the surface electrode for selective control of fingers extension and flexion by means of electrical stimulation. The multi-pad electrodes used in the experiments comprised 24 pads (1cm diameter) distributed over an area (7 cm x 10 cm) positioned over dorsal and volar aspects of the forearm. The four-channel stimulation system for grasping comprised also an oval reference electrode over the carpal tunnel, and two oval… Expand
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