Wang Wei Lee

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The range of motion (ROM) in stroke patients is often severely affected. Poststroke rehabilitation is guided through the use of clinical assessment scales for the rROM. Unfortunately, these scales are not widely utilized in clinical practice as they are excessively time-consuming. Although commercial motion-capture systems are capable of providing the(More)
This paper presents a neuromorphic tactile encoding methodology that utilizes a temporally precise event-based representation of sensory signals. We introduce a novel concept where touch signals are characterized as patterns of millisecond precise binary events to denote pressure changes. This approach is amenable to a sparse signal representation and(More)
Force myography has been proposed as an appealing alternative to electromyography for control of upper limb prosthesis. A limitation of this technique is the non-stationary nature of the recorded force data. Force patterns vary under influence of various factors such as change in orientation and position of the prosthesis. We hereby propose an incremental(More)
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