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    Title: Development of a P300 Brain-Machine Interface and Design of an Elastic Mechanism for Rehabilitation Robot
    Authors: Huang, Han-Pang
    Liu, Yi-Hung
    Lin, Wei-Zhi
    Kang, Zhi-Hao
    Cheng, Ching-An
    Huang, Tzu-Hao
    Contributor: The Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University
    The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chung Yuan Christian University
    Keywords: Physical human-robot interaction
    coupled elastic actuation
    adaptive coupled elastic actuator
    compliant actuators
    compliant actuators, human-machine systems
    Date: 2013-11-01
    Issue Date: 2013-11-06 15:13:58 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper focus on the development of P300 speller and design of a rehabilitation robot for brain machine interface. This research method mainly points out a norm which can be used to recognize whether the individual’s independence is increasing or decreasing comparing with the original signals after extracting and composing some different features. The result shows that this feature combination, SMCF, can keep 90% sorting rate when the “Round” number is 5, also it can reduce the relationship of individual independence. Among the results, the highest value can increase to 36.04%.
    On the other hand, considering the interaction between people and machines under safety constraints without utilizing difficult and complex control strategies, this paper proposes a new actuator design, adaptive coupled elastic actuator (ACEA) with adjustable characteristics adaptive to the applied output force and input force. This would provide oncoming robotic systems with an intrinsic compromise between performance and safety in unstructured
    environments; namely, exhibiting desired intrinsic lower and higher output impedance depending on different operation situations. Finally, experimental results are presented to show the desired properties of the proposed ACEA system.
    Appears in Collections:[機械工程系所] Automation 2013- The 12th International Conference on Automation Technology

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