Tomoyuki Mizoguchi

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In vitro and in vivo experimental studies have shown that a new two-strand technique increases the tensile strength of flexor tendon repair and eliminates gap formation at the healing repair site. The purpose of the current study was to clinically evaluate the new technique, followed by an aggressive active mobilization program. Seven digits with zone II(More)
The purpose of this paper is to present a new digital control method of the forward type multiple-output dc dc converter with both a P I D feedback and a new feed forward control. In this converter, two novel control methods are proposed. The first new control method is a model method and the second new method is a neural network predictor. The dynamic(More)
The authors present the clinical outcomes of nine zone 2 flexor tendon repairs using a locking loop technique (i.e. the Modified Pennington technique). The locking loops were located approximately 10 mm away from the lacerated tendon ends to "lengthen" the locking loop repair, as experimentally and clinically recommended. The partial lateral release of the(More)
The last few years, a considerable number of studies have been made on a digital control. One reason is that this technique will lead to a future energy management and system integration. At a first step, it may be helpful to begin with a study of the design criterion of the digital control. Although studies have been made on the digital unique(More)
Abstract --This paper presents a smart control approach for digitally controlled forward type multiple-output dc-dc converter. In this case, the central problem of design is how to decide the integral coefficient. Since the decision of integral coefficient depends on the static characteristics, the selected integral coefficient is not suitable to perform(More)
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