MMG-based classification of muscle activity for prosthesis control

@article{Silva2004MMGbasedCO,
  title={MMG-based classification of muscle activity for prosthesis control},
  author={Josep Silva and Winfried Heim and Tony Chau},
  journal={The 26th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={968-971}
}
We have previously proposed the use of "muscle sounds" or mechanomyography (MMG) as a reliable alternative measure of muscle activity with the main objective of facilitating the use of more comfortable and functional soft silicone sockets with below-elbow externally powered prosthesis. This work describes an integrated strategy where data and sensor fusion algorithms are combined to provide MMG-based detection, estimation and classification of muscle activity. The proposed strategy represents… CONTINUE READING

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