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The combination of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) with robot-assisted physical therapy constitutes a promising approach to neurorehabilitation of patients with severe hemiparetic syndromes caused by cerebrovascular brain damage (e.g. stroke) and other neurological conditions. In such a scenario, a key aspect is how to reestablish the disrupted(More)
The combination of brain–computer interfaces (BCIs) with robot-assisted physical therapy constitutes a promising approach to neurorehabilitation of patients with severe hemiparetic syndromes caused by cerebrovascular brain damage (e.g. stroke) and other neurological conditions. In such a scenario, a key aspect is how to reestablish the disrupted(More)
Nowadays, users of mobile phones generate too many files that have to be frequently downloaded to an external storage repository (freeing local space), using a USB cable or a short-range wireless connection such as Bluetooth. This situation is very common in developing countries where there are not many available wireless networks, restricting the user(More)
Nowadays, users of mobile phones generate too many files that have to be frequently downloaded to an external storage repository, restricting the user mobility. This paper presents a File Transfer Service (FTS) for mobile phones with scare storage resources. It is a support that can be used through a set of functions (API) that facilitates file transfer(More)
Current mobile devices such as mobile phones and PDAs are able to run applications that can demand a considerable storage space. When these devices run out of local memory, they require backing up their files in an external storage device, which could restrict the user mobility. This paper presents an Adaptive File Transfer Middleware (AFTM) for mobile(More)
This paper introduces an external storage middleware, that offers a set of functions (API - Application Program Interface) to mobile applications and facilitates the transfer of files between a mobile device and external storage servers regardless of the available wireless network. The Middleware selects the best wireless service available. In addition, the(More)
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