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Andreas Franzke
University Medical Center Groningen
Pattern recognitionElectromyographyRehabilitationComputer sciencePhysical medicine and rehabilitation
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OBJECTIVE: To describe users' and therapists' opinions on multi-function myoelectric upper limb prostheses with conventional control and pattern recognition control. DESIGN: Qualitative interview study. SETTINGS: Two rehabilitation institutions in the Netherlands and one in Austria. SUBJECTS: The study cohort consisted of 15 prosthesis users (13 males, mean age: 43.7 years, average experience with multi-function prosthesis: 3.15 years) and seven therapists (one male, mean age: 44.1 years, averag...
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#1Morten B. Kristoffersen (UMCG: University Medical Center Groningen)H-Index: 2
#2Andreas Franzke (UMCG: University Medical Center Groningen)
Last. Raoul M. Bongers (UMCG: University Medical Center Groningen)H-Index: 19
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Human-machine interfaces have not yet advanced to enable intuitive control of multiple degrees of freedom as offered by modern myoelectric prosthetic hands. Pattern Recognition (PR) control has been proposed to make human-machine interfaces in myoelectric prosthetic hands more intuitive, but it requires the user to generate high-quality, i.e., consistent and separable, electromyogram (EMG) patterns. To generate such patterns, user training is required and has shown promising results. However, ho...
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Last. Raoul M. BongersH-Index: 19
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Last. Raoul M. BongersH-Index: 19
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#1Raoul M. BongersH-Index: 19
Last. Claudio CastelliniH-Index: 4
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Last. Corry K. van der SluisH-Index: 7
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Last. Alessio MurgiaH-Index: 9
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#1Raoul M. BongersH-Index: 19
Last. Corry K. van der SluisH-Index: 7
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PURPOSE: Current-day rehabilitation often uses myocontrolled assistive technology (AT) in upper limb prostheses or electric wheelchairs. Myocontrol is the control of AT through electromyography (EMG) signals derived from the action potentials produced by the muscles (the myosignals). Since myocontrolled AT often lacks functionality, its viability is critically examined using insights of motor coordination. METHODS: This is a position paper following the style of a narrative review focusing on up...
Last. Corry K. van der SluisH-Index: 7
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Last. Raoul M. BongersH-Index: 19
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