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Should Hands Be Restricted When Measuring Able-Bodied Participants to Evaluate Machine Learning Controlled Prosthetic Hands?

Author(s): Morten B. Kristoffersen, Andreas W. Franzke, Corry K. van der Sluis, Raoul M. Bongers, Alessio Murgia
Should Hands Be Restricted When Measuring Able-Bodied Participants to Evaluate Machine Learning Controlled Prosthetic Hands? 786 1000 Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (TNSRE)
When evaluating methods for machine-learning controlled prosthetic hands, able-bodied participants are often recruited, for practical reasons, instead of participants with upper limb absence (ULA). However, able-bodied participants have been shown to often perform myoelectric control tasks better than participants with ULA. read more