Speed adaptation in a powered transtibial prosthesis controlled with a neuromuscular model.

@article{Markowitz2011SpeedAI,
  title={Speed adaptation in a powered transtibial prosthesis controlled with a neuromuscular model.},
  author={Jared Markowitz and Pavitra Krishnaswamy and Michael F. Eilenberg and Ken Endo and Chris Barnhart and H. Herr},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={366 1570},
  pages={1621-31}
}
Control schemes for powered ankle-foot prostheses would benefit greatly from a means to make them inherently adaptive to different walking speeds. Towards this goal, one may attempt to emulate the intact human ankle, as it is capable of seamless adaptation. Human locomotion is governed by the interplay among legged dynamics, morphology and neural control including spinal reflexes. It has been suggested that reflexes contribute to the changes in ankle joint dynamics that correspond to walking at… CONTINUE READING
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