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Peramalan kekuatan gerak tangan menggunakan Extreme Learning Machine untuk terapi pasca-stroke

Hand motion strength forecasting using Extreme Learning Machine for post-stroke rehabilitation

Department of Electrical Engineering, Universitas Jember. Jl. Kalimantan No. 37, Kampus Tegalboto, Jember, Indonesia 68121, Indonesia

Received: 27 Jul 2020; Revised: 12 Jan 2021; Accepted: 18 Jan 2021; Published: 30 Apr 2021; Available online: 20 Apr 2021.
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Abstract
Stroke or Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) can cause weakness in one side of the body, including the upper limbs such as the hand. Rehabilitation is needed to restore the function of the hand. Rehabilitation should also measure the strength of the movements carried out. This article aims to forecast the strength of movement based on Electromyography (EMG) signals using the Extreme Learning Machine (ELM). This study collected EMG signal data and movement strength, carried out data pre-processing and data extraction using various extraction features, applied ELM for forecasting strength based on EMG signals, and applied created models in stroke therapy robots. The forecasting model is evaluated by measuring the Mean Squared Error (MSE). The average value of the best MSE in offline testing is 1.77, while the real-time testing is 0.79. A small MSE value indicates that the model is good enough. The resulted value of strength can be applied to make the stroke therapy robots actuating properly.

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Keywords: electromyography; Extreme Learning Machine; forecasting; hand-robot; stroke rehabilitation
Funding: Universitas Jember

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