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Kinematics of human arm reconstructed from spatial tracking system recordings.
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The kinematics of the human arm in terms of angles of rotations in the joints is reconstructed from the spatial tracking system (Fastrack() Polhemus) recordings. Expand
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Kinematic and dynamic synergies of human precision-grip movements.
We analyzed the adaptability of human thumb and index finger movement kinematics and dynamics to variations of precision grip aperture and movement velocity. Six subjects performed precision gripExpand
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Assessment of the accuracy of a human arm model with seven degrees of freedom.
We are proposing a human arm model that consists of three rigid segments with seven degrees of freedom. The shoulder joint was modeled as a ball-and-socket joint and the elbow and wrist joints wereExpand
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A Model of Human Hand Dynamics
Great variety and high adaptability of human hand movements are due to complex mechanical structure of the hand and subtle nervous control produced by CNS. As for the mechanical structure, a lot ofExpand
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Organization of goal-directed action at a high level of motor skill: the case of stone knapping in India.
We analyzed the relationship between goal achievement and execution variability in craftsmen who have acquired the highest "ultimate" skills of stone knapping. The goal of a knapping movement isExpand
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Principles of neurorehabilitation based on the brain-computer interface and biologically adequate control of the exoskeleton
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The neurophysiological prerequisites for the development and operation of the brain-computer interfaces (BCI) that allow cerebral electrical signals alone to control external technical devices are considered. Expand
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Principles of motor recovery in post-stroke patients using hand exoskeleton controlled by the brain-computer interface based on motor imagery
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Motor recovery in post{stroke and post{traumatic patients using exoskeleton controlled by the brain-computer interface (BCI) is a new and promising rehabilitation procedure. Expand
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Preliminary results of a controlled study of BCI–exoskeleton technology efficacy in patients with poststroke arm paresis
В статье представлены предварительные результаты исследования iMove. На момент публикации получены данные по 47 пациентам. Основная группа (n = 36) пациентов проходила обучение кинестетическомуExpand
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Movement kinematics as an index of the level of motor skill: the case of Indian craftsmen stone knapping.
What are the differences between the movements of an expert exhibiting superior performance compared with those of a novice or even an experienced person? Adopting a functional approach to tool use,Expand
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Russian federal clinical guidelines on the diagnostics, treatment, and prevention of osteoporosis
Screening using the Fracture Risk Assessment Tool (FRAX) is recommended in all postmenopausal woman and mеn over 50 (A1) in order to identify individuals with high probability of fractures. It isExpand
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