Adaptive iterative observer based on integral backstepping control for upper extremity exoskelton robot

@article{Brahim2016AdaptiveIO,
  title={Adaptive iterative observer based on integral backstepping control for upper extremity exoskelton robot},
  author={Brahmi Brahim and Saad Maarouf and Crist{\'o}bal Ochoa Luna and Benammar Abdelkrim and Mohammad Habibur Rahman},
  journal={2016 8th International Conference on Modelling, Identification and Control (ICMIC)},
  year={2016},
  pages={886-891}
}
Assisted control seeks to help subjects to perform physical movements of the body, which they cannot do by themselves. Passive rehabilitation therapy is very important and vital after the stroke accident. In this functioning mode, the subject is completely passive during the movement. The robot brings the injured upper arm of the patient to perform repetitive therapeutic exercises. In this case, the subject's force and the uncertainties caused by repetitive motion, such as mechanical and… CONTINUE READING
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