Towards Control of a Transhumeral Prosthesis with EEG Signals

@inproceedings{Bandara2018TowardsCO,
  title={Towards Control of a Transhumeral Prosthesis with EEG Signals},
  author={D. S. V. Bandara and Jumpei Arata and Kazuo Kiguchi},
  booktitle={Bioengineering},
  year={2018}
}
Robotic prostheses are expected to allow amputees greater freedom and mobility. However, available options to control transhumeral prostheses are reduced with increasing amputation level. In addition, for electromyography-based control of prostheses, the residual muscles alone cannot generate sufficiently different signals for accurate distal arm function. Thus, controlling a multi-degree of freedom (DoF) transhumeral prosthesis is challenging with currently available techniques. In this paper… CONTINUE READING
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