Robot-Aided Upper-Limb Rehabilitation Based on Motor Imagery EEG

  title={Robot-Aided Upper-Limb Rehabilitation Based on Motor Imagery EEG},
  author={Baoguo Xu and Si Peng and Aiguo Song and Renhuan Yang and Lizheng Pan},
Stroke is a leading cause of disability worldwide. In this paper, a novel robot‐assisted rehabilitation system based on motor imagery electroencephalography (EEG) is developed for regular training of neurological rehabilitation for upper limb stroke patients. Firstly, three‐dimensional animation was used to guide the patient image the upper limb movement and EEG signals were acquired by EEG amplifier. Secondly, eigenvectors were extracted by… CONTINUE READING
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