Ron Leder

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Based on our results during the last 25 years, we are developing late stroke computer-assisted motivating rehabilitation (CAMR) for the upper extremity. Evidence has been accumulating that functional gains are possible even many years after the damage. However, postacute rehabilitation must be motivating and related to real-life functional activities, or it(More)
Stroke is the main cause of motor and cognitive disabilities requiring therapy in the world. Therefor it is important to develop rehabilitation technology that allows individuals who had suffered a stroke to practice intensive movement training without the expense of an always-present therapist. We have developed a low-cost vision-based system that allows(More)
— This research introduces a novel concept of practical relative degree and presents a numerical method of practical relative degree identification. The concept efficacy is demonstrated by computer simulation of a High-Order Sliding-Mode controller, effectively stabilizing the blood glucose concentration for two well known models with different relative(More)
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