Precise and effective prosthetic control is important for its applicability. Two desired objectives of the prosthetic control are finger position and force control. Variation in skeletal muscle force results in corresponding change of surface electromyographic (sEMG) signals. sEMG signals generated by skeletal muscles are temporal and spatially distributed that result in cross talk between adjacent sEMG signal sensors. To address this issue, an array of nine sEMG sensors is used with a force sensing resistor to capture muscle dynamics in terms of sEMG and skeletal muscle force. sEMG and skeletal muscle force are filtered with a nonlinear Teager-Kaiser Energy (TKE) operator based nonlinear spatial filter and Chebyshev type-II filter respectively. Multiple Takagi-Sugeno-Kang Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference Systems (ANFIS) are obtained using sEMG as input and skeletal muscle force as output. Outputs of these ANFIS systems are fitted with smoothing spline curve fitting. To achieve better estimate of the skeletal muscle force, an adaptive probabilistic Kullback Information Criterion (KIC) for model selection based data fusion algorithm is applied to the smoothing spline curve fitting outputs. Final fusion based output of this approach results in improved skeletal muscle force estimates.