IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering

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Limb Position Tolerant Pattern Recognition for Myoelectric Prosthesis Control with Adaptive Sparse Representations from Extreme Learning
Electromyogram (EMG) signals can be used to decode the intended movements of an amputee for control of a dexterous upper-limb prosthesis. However, normal prosthesis use involves changes in upper-limb positions that influence the EMG signals, hindering the ability of pattern... Read more
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Design and Fabrication of a Six Degree-of-Freedom Open Source Hand
Currently, most externally powered prostheses are controlled using electromyography (or EMG), which is the measure of the electrical signals that are produced when voluntary muscle is contracted. One of the major problems is that there are a limited number of... Read more
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Biomechanical Effects of Stiffness in Parallel with the Knee Joint during Walking
  Lower-extremity exoskeletons have been actively investigated in the past few decades intending to augment the locomotion performance of able-bodied users in terms of metabolic cost, load carrying capacity, fatigue, and muscle force generation. While development efforts have been extensive, lower-limb... Read more