Ultrasound Imaging Based Sensing of Human Ankle Motion Intent and Control Strategies for Ankle Assistance

Ultrasound Imaging Based Sensing of Human Ankle Motion Intent and Control Strategies for Ankle Assistance
Conditions:   Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury;   Transverse Myelitis
Interventions:   Device: Surface electromypgraphy-based interface to predict human ankle joint motion intent and use in ankle assistive devices;   Device: Ultrasound imaging-based interface to predict human ankle joint motion intent and use in ankle assistive devices;   Device: Surface electromypgraphy and ultrasound imaging-based interface to predict human ankle joint motion intent and use in ankle assistive devices
Sponsors:   North Carolina State University;   University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;   U.S. National Science Foundation
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