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Surface-Electromyography-Based Gesture Recognition by Multi-View Deep Learning.

Surface-Electromyography-Based Gesture Recognition by Multi-View Deep Learning. Gesture recognition using sparse multichannel surface electromyography (sEMG) is a challenging problem, and the solutions are far from optimal from the point of view of muscle-computer interface. In this paper, we address this problem from the context of multi-view deep learning. A novel multi-view convolutional neural network (CNN) framework is proposed by combining classical sEMG feature sets with a CNN-based deep learning model. The framework consists of two parts. In the first part, multi-view representations of sEMG are modeled in parallel by a multistream CNN, and a performance-based view construction strategy is proposed to choose the most discriminative views from classical feature sets for sEMG-based gesture recognition. In the second part, the learned multi-view deep features are fused through a view aggregation network composed of early and late fusion subnetworks, taking advantage of both early and late fusion of learned multi-view deep features. Evaluations on 11 sparse multichannel sEMG databases as well as five databases with both sEMG and inertial measurement unit data demonstrate that our multi-view framework outperforms single-view methods on both unimodal and multimodal sEMG data streams. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering Pubmed

Surface-Electromyography-Based Gesture Recognition by Multi-View Deep Learning.

IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering , Volume 66 (10): 10 – Sep 9, 2020

Surface-Electromyography-Based Gesture Recognition by Multi-View Deep Learning.


Abstract

Gesture recognition using sparse multichannel surface electromyography (sEMG) is a challenging problem, and the solutions are far from optimal from the point of view of muscle-computer interface. In this paper, we address this problem from the context of multi-view deep learning. A novel multi-view convolutional neural network (CNN) framework is proposed by combining classical sEMG feature sets with a CNN-based deep learning model. The framework consists of two parts. In the first part, multi-view representations of sEMG are modeled in parallel by a multistream CNN, and a performance-based view construction strategy is proposed to choose the most discriminative views from classical feature sets for sEMG-based gesture recognition. In the second part, the learned multi-view deep features are fused through a view aggregation network composed of early and late fusion subnetworks, taking advantage of both early and late fusion of learned multi-view deep features. Evaluations on 11 sparse multichannel sEMG databases as well as five databases with both sEMG and inertial measurement unit data demonstrate that our multi-view framework outperforms single-view methods on both unimodal and multimodal sEMG data streams.

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ISSN
0018-9294
eISSN
1558-2531
DOI
10.1109/TBME.2019.2899222
pmid
30762526

Abstract

Gesture recognition using sparse multichannel surface electromyography (sEMG) is a challenging problem, and the solutions are far from optimal from the point of view of muscle-computer interface. In this paper, we address this problem from the context of multi-view deep learning. A novel multi-view convolutional neural network (CNN) framework is proposed by combining classical sEMG feature sets with a CNN-based deep learning model. The framework consists of two parts. In the first part, multi-view representations of sEMG are modeled in parallel by a multistream CNN, and a performance-based view construction strategy is proposed to choose the most discriminative views from classical feature sets for sEMG-based gesture recognition. In the second part, the learned multi-view deep features are fused through a view aggregation network composed of early and late fusion subnetworks, taking advantage of both early and late fusion of learned multi-view deep features. Evaluations on 11 sparse multichannel sEMG databases as well as five databases with both sEMG and inertial measurement unit data demonstrate that our multi-view framework outperforms single-view methods on both unimodal and multimodal sEMG data streams.

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IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineeringPubmed

Published: Sep 9, 2020

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