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    • e-Resource access focus groups - April 2015 

      Chapman, Joyce (2015-11-03)
      On March 18th and 19th 2015, Emily Daly and Joyce Chapman conducted two focus groups to better understand how our users search for and interact with online articles and journals. One focus group was with undergraduates (10 ...
    • Early English Table 

      Unknown author (2008-12-16)
      Early English table supplied by Karl Bock, who decorated the Rare Book Room interior in 1949
    • eBooks usability test - June 2014 

      Sloat, Ian (2015-11-10)
      Emily Daly and Ian Sloat conducted usability testing on the functionality of the eBooks . The test was conducted at the temporary main entrance of Perkins library on June 16, 2014 from 12:00pm - 1:30pm. A pilot was conducted ...
    • Edge project room usage survey - May 2015 

      Chapman, Joyce (2015-11-03)
      After the end of the spring 2015 semester, a survey2 developed by the Edge Leadership Team and the Assessment & User Experience Department was sent to 113 people involved with the 19 project teams who used shared or dedicated ...
    • Edge room reservations - March 2015 

      Chapman, Joyce (2015-11-10)
      Emily Daly and Joyce Chapman conducted usability testing on the Edge project room reservation system (for short-term use) in the Perkins lobby on March 20, 2015, from 11:30am-1:00pm. The test consisted of a short set of ...
    • Edge Standing Desk Interviews - January 2017 

      Riegel, Julie (2017-02-27)
      Between the dates of January 5, 2017 and February 13, 2017, Julie Riegel conducted interviews with library patrons using the standing desks located at the Edge. The purpose of this study was to see what users liked about ...
    • Edward Carrington Marshall 

      Chandor, Douglas (2009-09-22)
      Portrait of Edward Carrington Marshall of the Duke Endowment
    • Edwin Asbury Yates 

      Unknown author (2009-09-22)
      Portrait of Edwin Asbury Yates
    • ELECTIVE AMPUTATION OF CEREBRAL PALSY PATIENT SUCCESSFULLY WEARS ELECTRIC PROSTHESIS 

      Mandacina, Stephen; Farnsworth, Troy (2002)
      Cerebral Palsy affects 15-20 new borns in every 10,000. Currently, near a half million people in the U.S. are effected with C.P. Diagnosing the condition is done clinically, with lab test only ruling out other diseases. ...
    • ELECTRIC OPTIONS & SOCKET DESIGN FOR PARTIAL HAND PATIENTS 

      Mandacina, Stephen (2005)
      Recent improvements in prosthetics has allowed for a marked increase in success and functional rehabilitation of the partial hand patient. Manufacturers are designing much smaller and lighter components such as electrodes, ...
    • ELECTRIC UNLOCK FOR LTI LOCKING SHOULDER JOINT 

      Williams, T. Walley, III (2008)
      At the 2002 MEC, LTI introduced the improved Collier Shoulder Joint which was still being shown at the 2005 MEC. In 2006, the Collier design was replaced by a completely new joint with greatly improved durability. The ...
    • Electric Wrist Rotation In Proportional-Controlled Systems 

      Sears, Harold H.; Shaperman, Julie (1995)
      Electric wrist rotation has been available with electric hands for approximately 20 years. Although it is integrated with the Otto Bock electric hand, via their quick-disconnected wrist component, the electric wrist has ...
    • Electrically Conductive Silicone Interface For Myoelectric Prostheses With Silicone Socket Suspension 

      Whatmough, Ian; Glasford, Shane; Liang, Tony; Andresek, Jan (2011)
      Silicone socket suspension technology for the upper extremity amputee has been proven to provide increased suspension and range of motion over conventional self suspending sockets. Application of silicone socket suspension ...
    • Electrochemical Burns: A Risk With Myoelectric Prostheses 

      Scott, Bob; Caldwell, Bob; Bush, Greg (1997)
      The authors describe their experience myoelectric prostheses, with incidents of minor trauma, to users of which is thought to be associated with electrochemical bums arising from a dc potential existing between electrodes. ...
    • ELECTRODES INSTALLED IN ROLL-ON SUSPENSION SLEEVES 

      Daly, Wayne K. (2002)
      This presentation describes transhumeral and transradial prostheses which have been successfully fit to patients using electrodes installed in roll-on suspension sleeves. Metal electrodes and modified wiring systems have ...
    • ELECTROMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF A COMPLETE ARM PROSTHESIS (EMAS) 

      Hill, Stewart Scotland; Binnie, T.D.; Gow, D. J. (2005)
      A characterisation of a complete arm prosthesis is necessary to develop effective control. This is a description of the use of Lagrange methodology to describe the system and to optimise for motion control. The Lagrange ...
    • Emg Amplitude Estimation: A Review Of The Past And A Look Towards The Future 

      Clancy, Edward A. (1997)
      The amplitude of the surface EMG is frequently used as the control input to myoelectric prostheses, as a measure of muscular effort, and has also been investigated as an indicator of muscle force. This paper will review ...
    • EMG-ELECTODES FOR MYOPROSTHETICS: DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATION TIPS 

      Haslinger, Gerald (2002)
      The myoelectrodes for the detection of myoelectric activity play a paramount role in myoelectric upper extremity prosthetics. This presentation explains the procedures which should be employed for the optimal ...