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Steerable catheters in minimally invasive vascular surgery
Remote‐controlled catheter navigation systems have recently been introduced into minimally invasive vascular surgery and some of them have already been applied in clinical practice. SteerableExpand
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Light intensity modulation fiber-optic sensor for curvature measurement
Abstract A light intensity modulation fiber-optic sensor, which can measure curvature directly, has been developed. It is suitable for the measurement of thin, embedded or highly flexible structures.Expand
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Development of a multi-DOF exoskeleton based machine for injured fingers
  • Y. Fu, P. Wang, S. Wang
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent…
  • 14 October 2008
In order to offer a method for the rehabilitation of injured fingers and a means of quantitative detection and evaluation, an exoskeleton based continuous passive motion (CPM) machine is presented inExpand
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Design and development of a portable exoskeleton based CPM machine for rehabilitation of hand injuries
Human hand is easy to be injured. As physical rehabilitation therapy after a hand operation always takes a long time, the curative effect gets worse and the social and financial hardship withExpand
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Design and development of a hand exoskeleton for rehabilitation of hand injuries
Abstract Hand injuries are common problems. In order to adapt to fingers of different sizes and avoid secondary injuries, a hand exoskeleton for rehabilitation is proposed. The exoskeleton isExpand
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The path planning of mobile manipulator with genetic-fuzzy controller in flexible manufacturing cell
This paper presents a new intelligent path planning method for motions of the mobile manipulator in flexible manufacturing cell. It simulates the way of human actions to control the mobileExpand
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Visual measurement of orientation error for a mobile robot
  • S. Lang, Y. Fu
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas.
  • 1 December 2000
A vision system is developed for a mobile cleaning robot to detect orientation, which can be used alone or with predicted motion to reduce localization error. By exploiting straight line featuresExpand
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Development of an upper extremity motor function rehabilitation system and an assessment system
  • Z. Song, S. Guo, Y. Fu
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Mechatronics Autom.
  • 23 March 2011
This paper presents a novel upper extremity motor function rehabilitation system and an assessment system. The rehabilitation system is an active rehabilitation that can be manipulated by patientsExpand
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Skeleton‐based active catheter navigation
The emergence of the active catheter has prompted the development of catheterization in minimally invasive surgery. However, it is still operated using only the physician's vision; informationExpand
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Design and development of a hand rehabilitation robot for patient-cooperative therapy following stroke
Stroke is very common and always leads to severe hand impairment. Traditional robotic systems have been introduced to assist therapy for a long time and already achieved certain effect. However, withExpand
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