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Issues on Mechatronic Devices Aiming to Test Neuroprothesis

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4 Author(s)
Marian S. Poboroniuc ; Fac. of Electr. Eng., Gh. Asachi Tech. Univ. of lasi, Iasi, Romania ; Ciprian M. Stefan ; Gheorghe Livint ; Danut C. Irimia

This paper presents three robotic structures and the software components aiming to emulate the human body motion. A neuroprosthesis is supposed to provide the control over the muscles of a disabled person during a rehabilitation process. The control method developed under Matlabreg&Simulinkreg implements the mathematical model of the human body, the modeled muscles being electrically stimulated and the resulted motion is shown by controlling a humanoid-like robotic structure. The main feature of the proposed humanoid-like robotic structures is to support the training, development, implementation and testing of user defined control algorithms for a neuroprosthesis.

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Advanced Technologies for Enhanced Quality of Life, 2009. AT-EQUAL '09.

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22-26 July 2009