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Application of Newton-method Based ILC to 3D Stroke Rehabilitation

Application of Newton-method Based ILC to 3D Stroke Rehabilitation
Application of Newton-method Based ILC to 3D Stroke Rehabilitation
A nonlinear model-based iterative learning control (ILC) algorithm is applied to the problem of upper limb stroke rehabilitation. A 3D system is developed to assist stroke patients performing 3D upper limb reaching tasks in a virtual reality environment, combining a mechanical support with electrical stimulation applied to two muscles in the patient's arm. ILC is shown to provide accurate trajectory tracking, which maximises the system's potential to provide effective treatment during future clinical trials. Principal components of the system are described and experimental results confirm its efficacy for use in upper limb stroke rehabilitation.
4851-4856
Cai, Zhonglun
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Tong, Daisy
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Freeman, Christopher
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Rogers, Eric
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Cai, Zhonglun
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Tong, Daisy
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Freeman, Christopher
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Rogers, Eric
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Cai, Zhonglun, Tong, Daisy, Freeman, Christopher and Rogers, Eric (2011) Application of Newton-method Based ILC to 3D Stroke Rehabilitation. 18th IFAC World Congress, Italy. 28 Aug - 02 Sep 2011. pp. 4851-4856 .

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Abstract

A nonlinear model-based iterative learning control (ILC) algorithm is applied to the problem of upper limb stroke rehabilitation. A 3D system is developed to assist stroke patients performing 3D upper limb reaching tasks in a virtual reality environment, combining a mechanical support with electrical stimulation applied to two muscles in the patient's arm. ILC is shown to provide accurate trajectory tracking, which maximises the system's potential to provide effective treatment during future clinical trials. Principal components of the system are described and experimental results confirm its efficacy for use in upper limb stroke rehabilitation.

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Published date: August 2011
Additional Information: Event Dates: August 28 - September 2
Venue - Dates: 18th IFAC World Congress, Italy, 2011-08-28 - 2011-09-02
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 271625
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/271625
PURE UUID: 56fe80ac-5652-4591-9853-04fcd6c09822
ORCID for Eric Rogers: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0179-9398

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Date deposited: 12 Oct 2010 22:08
Last modified: 20 Jul 2019 01:23

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