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Neural Network Adaptive Control of Hand Rehabilitation Robot Driven by Flexible Pneumatic Muscles
2021 7th International Conference on Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering (ICMRE)
The aim of this study is to design a reliable and stable controller for hand rehabilitation robot driven by flexible pneumatic muscles(FPMs) for post stroke patients. Position control is key to perform effective rehabilitation robotic exercise. However, it is difficult to achieve precise control due to the nonlinearity and hysteresis of the flexible muscles. The efficient control system is required to realize the high-precision control of the joint angle. In this paper, to achieve the stabilitydoi:10.1109/icmre51691.2021.9384827 fatcat:nadzsq5rkzbmpalr6djc7dzvzy