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Myoelectric signals (MES) have been used in various applications, in particular, for identification of user intention to potentially control assistive devices for amputees, orthotic devices, and exoskeleton in order to augment capability of the user. MES are also used to estimate force and, hence, torque to actuate the assistive device. The application of MES is not limited to assistive devices, and they also find potential applications in teleoperation of robots, haptic devices, virtualdoi:10.2147/mder.s91102 pmid:27555799 pmcid:PMC4968852 fatcat:dp2kffj4vzcfhklopmlplxttbq