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Personal authentication systems employing biometrics are attracting increasing attention owing to their relatively high security compared to existing authentication systems. In this study, a wearable electromyogram (EMG) system that can be worn on the forearm was developed to detect EMG signals and, subsequently, apply them for personal authentication. In previous studies, wet electrodes were attached to the skin for measuring biosignals. Wet electrodes contain adhesives and conductive gels,doi:10.3390/electronics10080923 fatcat:3s7gft7opbco5kmpctqvvmbepi