A SOFT GLOVE: DESIGN, MODEL, FABRICATION, AND sEMG-BASED CONTROL EXPERIMENTS

Huadong Zheng, Yongfeng Tian, Yan Cheng, Caidong Wang, Ayong Li, Xinjie Wang, Fengyang Liu, and Liangwen Wang

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