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Delivering healthcare at home emerged as a key advancement to reduce healthcare costs and infection risks, as during the SARS-Cov2 pandemic. In particular, in motor training applications, wearable and portable devices can be employed for movements recognition and monitoring of the associated brain signals. In this context, it is essential to minimi...
Wireless body area networks (WBANs) are becoming increasingly popular as they allow individuals to continuously monitor their vitals and physiological parameters remotely from the hospital. With the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, the availability of portable pulse-oximeters and wearable heart rate detectors has boomed in the market. At the same...
Internet of Things is rapidly spreading across several fields, including healthcare, posing relevant questions related to communication capabilities, energy efficiency and sensors unobtrusiveness. Particularly, in the context of recognition of gestures, e.g., grasping of different objects, brain and muscular activity could be simultaneously recorde...
This work presents an innovative application of the well-known concept of cortico-muscular coherence for the classification of various motor tasks, i.e., grasps of different kinds of objects. Our approach can classify objects with different weights (motor-related features) and different surface frictions (haptics-related features) with high accurac...