Human intention estimation method for a new compliant rehabilitation and assistive robot

@article{Kuan2010HumanIE,
  title={Human intention estimation method for a new compliant rehabilitation and assistive robot},
  author={Jiun-Yih Kuan and Tz-How Huang and Han-Pang Huang},
  journal={Proceedings of SICE Annual Conference 2010},
  year={2010},
  pages={2348-2353}
}
Focusing on physical human-robot interaction, biosignal feedback allows a rehabilitation and assistive robotic system possess many advantages, such as providing human intention estimations, suitable treatment evaluations, capacity of generating power assistive strategies in advance, etc. In general, electromyogram (EMG), angle, and force signals can be used to estimate the intention of the human by two kinds of human intention estimators, such as binary intention and continuous intention… CONTINUE READING
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