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Bos, R.A. (author)
Orthoses have evolved from simply maintaining bone fractures and correcting spinal deformities to full mechatronic systems that can read a person’s intention and translate that into a desired motion or force path. A vast variety in pathologies (e.g., stroke, muscular dystrophies), applications (e.g., daily assistance, research) and environments ...
doctoral thesis 2019
Hichert, M. (author)
In the Netherlands approximately 3750 persons have an arm defect: they miss (part of) their hand, forearm or even their entire arm. The majority of these people are in the possession of a prosthesis. This prosthesis can be purely cosmetic, or offer the user some grasping function. The latter can either be a body-powered or a myo-electric...
doctoral thesis 2017