A FLEXIBLE USER INTERFACE FOR RAPID PROTOTYPING OF ADVANCED REAL-TIME MYOELECTRIC CONTROL SCHEMES
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A recent emphasis on the advancement of upper limb prosthetics, due in part to the high number of injuries resulting from ongoing military conflicts, has accelerated research in the field of advanced prosthetics. One important aspect of the controls portion of this research is the ability to quickly transition from experimental algorithms to control schemes which can be used and tested in real time by end users. Herein, the authors introduce a powerful Matlab-based software package which facilitates rapid prototyping and testing of novel real-time control schemes. The ACE (Acquisition and Control Environment) application has recently been used as a research and clinical tool, helping to verify the viability of existing myoelectric control strategies, and is helping to accelerate the development of novel control schemes.
Scheme, Erik, and Kevin Englehart (2008). A FLEXIBLE USER INTERFACE FOR RAPID PROTOTYPING OF ADVANCED REAL-TIME MYOELECTRIC CONTROL SCHEMES. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/2810.
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