Anna Izabela Soska

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Surface stimulation is a non-invasive method of muscle activation which uses adhesive electrodes placed on the surface of the patient skin above the location of the desired muscles to be activated. One application is in stroke rehabilitation where a controller is used to provide assistive stimulation to a patient completing a finite duration task with the(More)
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) has been shown to be an effective technique for stroke rehabilitation, but when applied to support wrist and hand movement, current controllers in clinical use are almost exclusively open-loop which degrades their accuracy and hence therapeutic potential. As one of the few model-based control approaches to be used in(More)
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