Online Remote Control of a Robotic Hand Configurations Using sEMG Signals on a Forearm

Title
Online Remote Control of a Robotic Hand Configurations Using sEMG Signals on a Forearm
Authors
이한진김신정김기훈박명수김성균박종현오상록
Issue Date
2011-12
Publisher
The 2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics
Citation
, 2243-2244
Abstract
This study presents an online remote control of a robotic hand using sEMG signals on a forearm. Eight skin surface electrodes were mounted on a forearm to detect the sEMG signals that correspond to four hand configurations and rest condition. In order to enhance learning speed and performance of the classifier, a supervised feature extraction method and a fast learning classifier were proposed. The hand configurations classified from the sEMG signals were delivered to a remote side robot hand via TCP-IP protocols. The demonstration verified that human could control the remote side robot hand in real-time using his or her sEMG signals with less than 50 seconds recorded training data.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/42192
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