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Using forearm circumference for automatic threshold calibration for simple EMG control
2013 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics
Training and calibration is normally required for the users of Electromyographic (EMG) control systems, which can require a lot of time and expertise. It is necessary to reduce training and calibration so that EMG control can be deployed in real-world applications, with minimal hassle. Based on our previous work, this paper investigates a novel method of using an automatic circumference measuring device to determine forearm circumference, in order to estimate maximum voluntary contraction (MVC)doi:10.1109/aim.2013.6584303 dblp:conf/aimech/CannanH13a fatcat:mpjkawirj5c5nak7uftqvrntd4