USING HEURISTIC PATHFINDING METHODS HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION APPLICATIONS BASED ON EMG SIGNALS FOR REHABILITATION OF INJURIES AND DISORDERS
AbstractElectromyography (EMG) signals have widespread usage in artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction applications. Real-time imaging of muscle activation which is a result of arm movements can be used to help injuries and disorders. It is an important challenge for injured people and disorders to find their paths while walking in daily life. While investigating and evaluating real-time activity of muscles, it is intended to present a novel approach by using heuristic pathfinding methods like A*and D* Lite. By this way, for people who are in need are provided a possibility to find their path from A to B. When defining the route of people, muscle activation signals on a new wearable device are used.
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