Studying the control of non invasive prosthetic hands over large time spans

18 Nov 2015 Mara Graziani

The electromyography (EMG) signal is the electrical manifestation of a neuromuscular activation that provides access to physiological processes which cause the muscle to generate force and produce movement. Non invasive prostheses use such signals detected by the electrodes placed on the user's stump, as input to generate hand posture movements according to the intentions of the prosthesis wearer... (read more)

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