Jinghui Cao

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A large number of gait rehabilitation robots, together with a variety of control strategies, have been developed and evaluated during the last decade. Initially, control strategies applied to rehabilitation robots were adapted from those applied to traditional industrial robots. However, these strategies cannot optimise effectiveness of gait rehabilitation.(More)
A Human-inspired Robotic Exoskeleton (HuREx) gait trainer which utilizes an antagonistic pair of pneumatic muscle actuators (PMAs) has been developed. An accurate and robust control system with high bandwidth is needed to enable clinical testing of the HuREx on patients. This paper presents two papers implemented on the redeveloped robotic platform. One is(More)
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