Browsing MEC Symposium Conference Proceedings by Subject "microprocessors"

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  • Lake, Christopher; Miguelez, John M. (Myoelectric Symposium, 2002)
    The recent emergence of microprocessor based prosthetic control for the individual with upper limb deficiency has significantly expanded the spectrum of treatment options and inclusion criteria for this patient population. ...
  • Sjonnesen, Gary; Prigge, Pat (Myoelectric Symposium, 2002)
    The very Underlying Principle of Control for the Otto Bock Myoelectric System is “Muscle contraction should lead to function.” If you think about picking up an object with your sound hand, you simply pick up the object. ...
  • Wallace, Craig (Myoelectric Symposium, 2002)
    In an upper limb prosthetic system Mode Selection gives the user the ability to utilize one or two input signals to control more than one prosthetic device. Mode Selection is defined here as the means by which a user shifts ...