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Comparison of six electromyography acquisition setups on hand movement classification tasks

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sEMG signal amplitude analysis.

Characterization of four Ninapro datasets. The first two rows represent the datasets discussed in this paper (Cometa+Dormo and Myo datasets), while the last two rows represent an analysis made on a subset of subject from the Otto-Bock and the Delsys Trigno datasets, as explained in subsection 2.1. The first column represents the variability of the EMG signal on the 6 repetitions, considering all movements and subjects. The second column shows the variability of different movements, considering all the subjects and all repetitions. The third column represents the variability of the signal in each subject, considering all movements and repetitions. The horizontal central mark in the boxes is the median; the edges of the boxes are the 25th and 75th percentiles; the whiskers extend to approximately 2.7 times the standard deviation.

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