Decision Forest Based EMG Signal Classification with Low Volume Dataset Augmented with Random Variance Gaussian Noise

@article{Gunasar2022DecisionFB,
  title={Decision Forest Based EMG Signal Classification with Low Volume Dataset Augmented with Random Variance Gaussian Noise},
  author={Tekin Gunasar and A. N. Rekesh and Atul Nair and P. King and Ana Daneva Markova and Jiaqian Zhang and Isabel Tate},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2206.14947}
}
— Electromyography signals can be used as training data by machine learning models to classify various gestures. We seek to produce a model that can classify six different hand gestures with a limited number of samples that generalizes well to a wider audience while comparing the effect of our feature extraction results on model accuracy to other more conventional methods such as the use of AR parameters on a sliding window across the channels of a signal. We appeal to a set of more elementary… 

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