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Browsing by Author "Kyberd, Peter"

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  • Karosan, Eric; Kuruganti, Usha; Hill, Wendy; Kyberd, Peter (Myoelectric Symposium, 2011)
    This paper focuses on the assessment and validation of the UNB test of prosthetics function. There is a constant need to stay up to date with forms of assessment, as assistive devices become more intuitive and precise ...
  • Kyberd, Peter; Gow, David; Scott, Helen; Griffiths, Malcombe; Sperling, Lena; Jänsson, Stewe (Myoelectric Symposium, 1999)
    An important part of the design process is to be able to identify the needs of a target population. Once incorporated into the desigrts the information can then be incorporated in to the measurement of the success of the ...
  • Jones, Ben; Kyberd, Peter (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    Successful control of multi-degree of freedom upper limb prostheses generally uses some form of sequential instruction. This is because simultaneous control of multiple inputs requires a considerable concentration to be ...
  • Losier, Yves; Clawson, Adam; Wilson, Adam; Scheme, Erik; Englehart, Kevin; Kyberd, Peter; Hudgins, Bernard (Myoelectric Symposium, 2011)
    In 2007, the University of New Brunswick’s (UNB) Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME) received funding from the Canadian government’s Atlantic Innovation Fund program to develop a commercially viable and technologically ...
  • Kyberd, Peter; Taffler, Sean (Myoelectric Symposium, 2002)
    The basic assumption made by the designers of EMG amplifier systems is that the substantial difference between different person's detected EMG signals is the energy generated, but the spectral content is sufficiently ...
  • Kyberd, Peter; Hill, Wendy (Myoelectric Symposium, 2008)
    In recent years there has been a sea change in the field of hand prosthetics, an increasing number of clinicians and researchers have a desire to be able to objectively measure the functional effectiveness of a prosthesis, ...