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    • PHANTOM LIMB SENSORY FEEDBACK THROUGH NERVE TRANSFER SURGERY 

      Sensinger, Jonathon W.; Kuiken, Todd; Farrell, Todd R.; Weir, Richard F. (2005)
      Commercially used prostheses are essentially open-loop devices and provide little or no feedback to the amputee as to how much force they exerting with the terminal device, despite numerous attempts to provide closed loop ...
    • SURFACE VS. IMPLANTED EMG FOR MULTIFUNCTIONAL PROSTHESIS CONTROL: PILOT RESULTS 

      Farrell, Todd R.; Weir, Richard F. (2005)
      It has been hypothesized that, due to the potential to both provide a larger number of independent control sites and selectively record from forearm muscles (in particular the deep muscles), intramuscular EMG should ...
    • THE EFFECT OF CONTROLLER DELAY ON BOX AND BLOCK TEST PERFORMANCE 

      Farrell, Todd R.; Weir, Richard F.; Heckathorne, Craig W. (2005)
      Multifunctional prosthesis controllers have shown higher classification accuracies when EMG feature extraction and pattern recognition are performed on time windows of longer duration [1] (see figure 1). However, there is ...