2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11628-5_22
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Luis I. Lugo-Villeda, Antonio Frisoli, Edoardo Sotgiu, Giovanni Greco, Massimo Bergamasco

Abstract: Abstract. Rehabilitation robotics applications and their developments have been spreading out as consequences of the actual needs in the human activities of daily living (ADL). Exoskeletons for rehabilitation are one of them, whose intrinsic characteristics are quite useful for applications where repetitive, robustness and accurate performance are a must. As a part of robotic-mediatedrehabilitation programme into the worldwide, the exoskeletons are trying to improve the ADL of disable people through the fusio…

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