User Training for Pattern Recognition-Based Myoelectric Prostheses: Improving Phantom Limb Movement Consistency and Distinguishability

@article{Powell2014UserTF,
  title={User Training for Pattern Recognition-Based Myoelectric Prostheses: Improving Phantom Limb Movement Consistency and Distinguishability},
  author={Michael B. Powell and Rahul R. Kaliki and Nitish V. Thakor},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
  year={2014},
  volume={22},
  pages={522-532}
}
We assessed the ability of four transradial amputees to control a virtual prosthesis capable of nine classes of movement both before and after a two-week training period. Subjects attended eight one-on-one training sessions that focused on improving the consistency and distinguishability of their hand and wrist movements using visual biofeedback from a virtual prosthesis. The virtual environment facilitated the precise quantification of three prosthesis control measures. During a final… CONTINUE READING
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