Electromyography; sEMG; Activities of daily living

Surface EMG (sEMG) signals collected during activities of daily life (ADL) provide better insights toward understanding neuromuscular disorders, persons with limb disabilities, aging adults and neuromotor deficits. Hand movement and control mechanism analysis may improve the design of prosthetic devices, realistic biomechanical hands, and rehabilitation therapy. We present a sEMG signal database corresponding to the Indian population.