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Comparison of six electromyography acquisition setups on hand movement classification tasks
Hand prostheses controlled by surface electromyography are promising due to the noninvasive approach and the control capabilities offered by machine learning. Nevertheless, dexterous prostheses are still scarcely spread due to control difficulties, low robustness and often prohibitive costs. Several sEMG acquisition setups are now available, ranging in terms of costs between a few hundred and several thousand dollars. The objective of this paper is the relative comparison of six acquisitiondoi:10.3929/ethz-b-000198625 fatcat:u4rilsvrcvasxg4ew7jwbxx23e