Upper-Limb Robotic Exoskeletons for Neurorehabilitation: A Review on Control Strategies (bibtex)
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@Article{2016ACLI3681,
  Title                    = {Upper-Limb Robotic Exoskeletons for Neurorehabilitation: A Review on Control Strategies},
  Author                   = {Proietti, T and Crocher, V and Roby-Brami, A and Jarrassé, N},
  Journal                  = {IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering},
  Year                     = {2016},
  Pages                    = {4-14},
  Volume                   = {9},

  Abstract                 = {Since the late 90s, there has been a burst of research on robotic devices for post-stroke rehabilitation. Robot-mediated therapy produced improvements on recovery of motor capacity; however, so far, the use of robots has not shown qualitative benefit over classical therapist-led training session, performed on the same quantity of movements. Multi degrees of freedom robots, like the modern upper-limb exoskeletons, enables a distributed interaction on the whole assisted limb and can exploit a large amount of sensory feedback data, potentially providing new capabilities within standard rehabilitation sessions. Surprisingly, most publications in the field of exoskeletons focused only on mechatronic design of the devices while little details were given to the control aspects. On the contrary, we do believe a paramount aspect for robots potentiality lays on the control side. Therefore the aim of this paper is to provide a taxonomy of currently available control strategies for exoskeletons for neurorehabilitation, in order to formulate appropriate questions towards the development of innovative and improved control strategies.},
  Category                 = {ACLI},
  Doi                      = {10.1109/RBME.2016.2552201},
  File                     = {2016ACLI3681.pdf:http\://www.isir.upmc.fr/files/2016ACLI3681.pdf:PDF;:http\://www.n-jarrasse.fr/publis_medias/2016ACLI3681.jpg:JPG image},
  ISSN                     = {1937-3333},
  Keywords                 = {biomedical equipment;bone;mechatronics;medical robotics;neurophysiology;orthopaedics;patient rehabilitation;patient treatment;reviews;control strategies;mechatronic design;motor capacity;multidegree-of-freedom robots;neurorehabilitation;poststroke rehabilitation;review;robot-mediated therapy;robotic devices;sensory feedback data;standard rehabilitation session;taxonomy;upper-limb robotic exoskeletons;Exoskeletons;Medical treatment;Patient rehabilitation;Robot sensing systems;Control strategies;poststroke robotic therapy;rehabilitation;upper-limb robotic exoskeletons}
}
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