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System Identification of Muscle Dynamics for ILC-based Stroke Rehabilitation

System Identification of Muscle Dynamics for ILC-based Stroke Rehabilitation
System Identification of Muscle Dynamics for ILC-based Stroke Rehabilitation
In this paper results are presented for the identification of electrically stimulated muscle dynamics in stroke patients. This research forms a critical component in the model-based control of electrically stimulated upper-limb movement, which, in turn, is necessary to maximise improvement in sensory-motor function during rehabilitation with electrical stimulation. An overview is firstly provided of an experimental test facility that has been developed for stroke rehabilitation. During treatment stroke participants use this system to track elliptical trajectories projected onto a target above their arm, assisted by electrical stimulation applied to their triceps. The control approach used to apply stimulation is summarised, and the structure of the muscle model within the scheme is described. A novel iterative identification scheme is then introduced for the muscle dynamics of stroke patients, and experimental results are presented to confirm its performance and suitability in the proposed rehabilitation context.
Le, Fengmin
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Markovsky, Ivan
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Freeman, Christopher
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Rogers, Eric
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Le, Fengmin
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Markovsky, Ivan
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Freeman, Christopher
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Rogers, Eric
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Le, Fengmin, Markovsky, Ivan, Freeman, Christopher and Rogers, Eric (2009) System Identification of Muscle Dynamics for ILC-based Stroke Rehabilitation. UKACC Research Student Event.

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Abstract

In this paper results are presented for the identification of electrically stimulated muscle dynamics in stroke patients. This research forms a critical component in the model-based control of electrically stimulated upper-limb movement, which, in turn, is necessary to maximise improvement in sensory-motor function during rehabilitation with electrical stimulation. An overview is firstly provided of an experimental test facility that has been developed for stroke rehabilitation. During treatment stroke participants use this system to track elliptical trajectories projected onto a target above their arm, assisted by electrical stimulation applied to their triceps. The control approach used to apply stimulation is summarised, and the structure of the muscle model within the scheme is described. A novel iterative identification scheme is then introduced for the muscle dynamics of stroke patients, and experimental results are presented to confirm its performance and suitability in the proposed rehabilitation context.

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Published date: 7 May 2009
Additional Information: Event Dates: 7th May 2009
Venue - Dates: UKACC Research Student Event, 2009-05-07
Organisations: EEE, Southampton Wireless Group

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Local EPrints ID: 267339
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/267339
PURE UUID: 446808c0-1da5-4b46-ad25-4a6771124323
ORCID for Eric Rogers: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0179-9398

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Date deposited: 07 May 2009 20:27
Last modified: 14 Jun 2019 00:39

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