Electromyography Pattern-Recognition-Based Control of Powered Multifunctional Upper-Limb Prostheses

@inproceedings{Li2012ElectromyographyPC,
  title={Electromyography Pattern-Recognition-Based Control of Powered Multifunctional Upper-Limb Prostheses},
  author={Guanglin Li},
  year={2012}
}
The human history has been accompanied by accidental trauma, war, and congenital anomalies. Consequently, amputation and deformity have been dealt with, one way or another, throughout the ages. More than one million individuals in the United States today are living with limb amputations (Adams et al., 1999), in which there are approximately 100,000 patients with an upper limb amputation. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have added to this number. According to the survey results of the Second… CONTINUE READING
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