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Ability of electrical stimulation therapy to improve the effectiveness of robotic training for paretic upper limbs in patients with stroke.
We investigated whether untriggered neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) can increase the effectiveness of shoulder and elbow robotic training in patients with hemiparesis. Thirty subacuteExpand
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Application of Implicit Learning to Measurement of Psychological Effect of Transmission Delay in Audiovisual Communication
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We propose an objective method to measure a psychological effect caused by transmission delay of the image and sound in audiovisual communication. Expand
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A test theory using probabilistic network
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This paper aims at estimation of the state of the knowledge (understanding) of the individual learner by executing a test composed of a small number of items. Expand
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Adaptive control of viscosity in remote control system with force feedback
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In this paper, we propose adaptive viscosity control which dynamically changes the viscosITY coefficient according to the network delay for a remote control system in which a user operates a haptic interface device at a remote place while watching video. Expand
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Effect of Sensory Loss on Improvements of Upper-Limb Paralysis Through Robot-Assisted Training : A Preliminary Case Series Study
Sensory disorder is a factor preventing recovery from motor paralysis after stroke. Although several robot-assisted exercises for the hemiplegic upper limb of stroke patients have been proposed, feExpand
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Influences of network delay variation on haptic perception under adaptive reaction force control
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In this paper, we investigate the influences of network delay variation on haptic perception under the adaptive reaction force control, which dynamically changes the elastic coefficient used for the reaction force calculation according to the network delay, for two types of work. Expand
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Relationship between Hematoma Volume and Motor Impairment in Putaminal Hemorrhage.
PURPOSE Computed tomography (CT) is used for initial assessment of patients with suspected stroke. Motor outcome prediction using the initial CT image is important for clinical rehabilitation.Expand
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Feedback protocol of ‘fading knowledge of results’ is effective for prolonging motor learning retention
[Purpose] “Knowledge of results” (KR) is information about the success of an action relative to a goal. A reduced frequency of “knowledge of results” reportedly promotes motor learning more than aExpand
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