Jiting Li

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This paper presents a new exoskeleton with 4 degrees of freedom (DOF) for index finger rehabilitation. The device can generate bi-directional movement for all joints of the finger through cable transmission, which is required for passive and active trainings. With two prismatic kinematic joints in the design, it can accommodate to some extent variety of(More)
The resistance compensation, especially the friction compensation in the Bowden cable transmission is a difficult issue to be handled. Aimed to the resistance reduction requirement in the active rehabilitative motion, a resistance compensation control method is proposed. Based on the simplified transmission model, the resistance, including the cable(More)