This dataset contains joint kinematics, kinetics, and EMG activity from an experimental protocol approved by the Institutional Review Board at the University of Texas at Dallas. This data was collected to evaluate the robustness of different parameterization variables during perturbations for application in robotic prosthetic legs. Ten able-bodied subjects self-selected a comfortable speed for walking on level (0 degree), +5 degree, and -5 degree inclines. Subjects walked at the self-selected speed for a minute without perturbations to produce a control dataset of unperturbed kinematics.

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Please see the README document for:

  • Details on the available data, how it was collected, and how it has been processed
  • An example of how to efficiently traverse the dataset (ExampleScript.m)
  • Instructions for the script used to execute the experiment (Treadmill_Perturbation_Shell.m)
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The dataset, includes raw data, observations and biometric data from our case study with an individual with DMD, controlling for the first time an active hand orthosis.

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This dataset contains leg joint kinematics, kinetics, and EMG activity from an experimental protocol approved by the Institutional Review Board at the University of Texas at Dallas. Ten able-bodied subjects walked at steady speeds and inclines on a Bertec instrumented treadmill for one minute per trial. Each subject walked at every combination of the speeds 0.8 m/s, 1.0 m/s, and 1.2 m/s and inclines from -10 degrees to +10 degrees at 2.5 degree increments, for a total of 27 trials.

Instructions: 

Please see the README document for details on the available data, how it was collected, and how it has been processed.

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This repository aims to publish a sEMG database for hand gesture recongnition, which is suitable for intra-session, inter-session, inter-day and inter-subject tests. Six subjects were involved in data collection on ten days, and two sessions a day with the interval of half an hour. In each session, one trial (10 secondes) for each geature was conducted. The electrode sleeve did not reweared between two sessions in a day. The utilised sEMG device was customised by the Intelligent System and Biomedical Robotics Group, which was discussed in [1]. 

 

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# ISRMyo-I: A Database for sEMG-based Hand Gesture Recognition

 

## Introduction

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