Finite state control of functional electrical stimulation for the rehabilitation of gait

@article{Sweeney2006FiniteSC,
  title={Finite state control of functional electrical stimulation for the rehabilitation of gait},
  author={Patrick C. Sweeney and G. M. Lyons and Petrus H. Veltink},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={2006},
  volume={38},
  pages={121-126}
}
  • Patrick C. Sweeney, G. M. Lyons, Petrus H. Veltink
  • Published in
    Medical and Biological…
    2006
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Finite state control is an established technique for the implementation of intention detection and activity co-ordination levels of hierarchical control in neural prostheses, and has been used for these purposes over the last thirty years. The first finite state controllers (FSC) in the functional electrical stimulation of gait were manually crafted systems, based on observations of the events occurring during the gait cycle. Subsequent systems used machine learning to automatically learn… CONTINUE READING

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