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User performance with a transradial multi-articulating hand prosthesis during pattern recognition and direct control home use.

The impact of added mass placement on metabolic and temporal-spatial characteristics of transfemoral prosthetic gait.

Ambulation Control System Design for a Hybrid Knee Prosthesis.

Functional Mobility Training with a Powered Knee and Ankle Prosthesis.


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Patient-Preferred Prosthetic Ankle-Foot Alignment for Ramps and Level-Ground Walking

Clinical Implementation of Open-Source Bionic Leg

Exploring Augmented Grasping Capabilities in a Multi-Synergistic Soft Bionic Hand

Understanding limb position and external load effects on real-time pattern recognition control in amputees

Intent Prediction Based on Biomechanical Coordination of EMG and Vision-Filtered Gaze for End-Point Control of an Arm Prosthesis.


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Determining User Intent of Partly Dynamic Shoulder Tasks in Individuals with Chronic Stroke Using Pattern Recognition

Pattern Recognition and Direct Control Home Use of a Multi-Articulating Hand Prosthesis

Large-Area MRI-Compatible Epidermal Electronic Interfaces for Prosthetic Control and Cognitive Monitoring

Adapting Myoelectric Control in Real-Time Using a Virtual Environment


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Altered Neural Control Reduces Shear Forces and Ankle Impedance on a Slippery Surface

Joint Speed Discrimination and Augmentation For Prosthesis Feedback

Control Within a Virtual Environment is Correlated to Functional Outcomes When Using a Physical Prosthesis

Design, Development, and Testing of a Lightweight Hybrid Robotic Knee Prosthesis

Decoding the Grasping Intention from Electromyography During Reaching Motions


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Online Adaptive Neural Control of a Robotic Lower Limb Prosthesis

Estimation of Distal Arm Joint Angles from EMG and Shoulder Orientation for Transhumeral Prostheses

Targeted Muscle Reinnervation for the Upper and Lower Extremity

Resolving the Effect of Wrist Position on Myoelectric Pattern Recognition Control


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Delaying Ambulation Mode Transition Decisions Improves Accuracy of a Flexible Control System for Powered Knee-Ankle Prosthesis

Enhancing the Versatility of Wireless Biopotential Acquisition for Myoelectric Prosthetic Control

Improved Weight-Bearing Symmetry for Transfemoral Amputees During Standing Up and Sitting Down With a Powered Knee-Ankle Prosthesis

An Analysis of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Hand Muscle EMG for Improved Pattern Recognition Control

Dual Window Pattern Recognition Classifier for Improved Partial-Hand Prosthesis Control

A Classification Method for User-Independent Intent Recognition for Transfemoral Amputees Using Powered Lower Limb Prostheses

Detection of and Compensation for EMG Disturbances for Powered Lower Limb Prosthesis Control

Myoelectric Control System and Task-Specific Characteristics Affect Voluntary Use of Simultaneous Control

Gait Characteristics When Walking on Different Slippery Walkways


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Depth Sensing for Improved Control of Lower Limb Prostheses

Nonlinear Mappings Between Discrete and Simultaneous Motions to Decrease Training Burden of Simultaneous Pattern Recognition Myoelectric Control

Intuitive Control of a Powered Prosthetic Leg During Ambulation: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Extrinsic Finger and Thumb Muscles Command a Virtual Hand to Allow Individual Finger and Grasp Control


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Real-time Simultaneous and Proportional Myoelectric Control Using Intramuscular EMG

Does EMG Control Lead to Distinct Motor Adaptation?

Proceedings of the First Workshop on Peripheral Machine Interfaces: Going Beyond Traditional Surface Electromyography

Controlling Knee Swing Initiation and Ankle Plantarflexion With an Active Prosthesis on Level and Inclined Surfaces at Variable Walking Speeds

Real-Time and Offline Performance of Pattern Recognition Myoelectric Control Using a Generic Electrode Grid with Targeted Muscle Reinnervation Patients

Estimation of Human Ankle Impedance During the Stance Phase of Walking

Configuring a Powered Knee and Ankle Prosthesis for Transfemoral Amputees Within Five Specific Ambulation Modes

A Training Method for Locomotion Mode Prediction Using Powered Lower Limb Prostheses

Advances in Transfemoral Amputee Rehabilitation: Early Experience with Targeted Muscle Reinnervation

Intent Recognition in a Powered Lower Limb Prosthesis Using Time History Information

Evidence for a Time-Invariant Phase Variable in Human Ankle Control

Minimum Jerk Swing Control Allows Variable Cadence in Powered Transfemoral Prostheses

Motion Normalized Proportional Control for Improved Pattern Recognition-Based Myoelectric Control


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Robotic Leg Control with EMG Decoding in an Amputee with Nerve Transfers

Activation of Individual Extrinsic Thumb Muscles and Compartments of Extrinsic Finger Muscles

Development of a Mechatronic Platform and Validation of Methods for Estimating Ankle Stiffness During the Stance Phase of Walking

Non-Weight-Bearing Neural Control of a Powered Transfemoral Prosthesis

Classification of Simultaneous Movements using Surface EMG Pattern Recognition

The Difference Between Stiffness and Quasi-Stiffness in the Context of Biomechanical Modeling

Sparse Optimal Motor Estimation (SOME) for Extracting Commands for Prosthetic Limbs


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Continuous Locomotion-Mode Identification for Prosthetic Legs Based on Neuromuscular-Mechanical Fusion

A Decision-Based Velocity Ramp for Minimizing the Effect of Misclassifications During Real-Time Pattern Recognition Control

Real-Time Myoelectric Control of Knee and Ankle Motions for Transfemoral Amputees

Determining the Optimal Window Length for Pattern Recognition-Based Myoelectric Control: Balancing the Competing Effects of Classification Error and Controller Delay


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Multiple Binary Classifications via Linear Discriminant Analysis for Improved Controllability of a Powered Prosthesis


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The Effect of ECG Interference on Pattern-Recognition-Based Myoelectric Control for Targeted Muscle Reinnervated Patients


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