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Biomimetic Prosthetics

Biomimetic prosthetics are advanced devices that mimic the physical and functional properties of the replaced limb, thus restoring near-natural form and function. This flourishing field of research will continue to play an important role in improving quality of life, independence, and community participation for individuals with disabilities. This humble compilation showcases a few representative examples of progress in this exciting field.

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Biomimetic ProstheticsEdited by Ramana Vinjamuri

Published: February 14th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/66062

ISBN: 978-953-51-3820-4

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3819-8

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1. Introductory Chapter: Toward Near-Natural Assistive Devices

By Martin Burns, Michelle Schumacher and Ramana Vinjamuri

99

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2. Biomimetic Based EEG Learning for Robotics Complex Grasping and Dexterous Manipulation

By Ebrahim A. Mattar, Hessa J. Al-Junaid and Hamad H. Al-Seddiqi

71

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3. Sensory Feedback Device for Myoelectric Prosthetic Hand

By Chiharu Ishii

73

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4. Optimizing User Integration for Individualized Rehabilitation

By Raviraj Nataraj

71

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5. Passive Biomimetic Prosthesis

By Smita Nayak and Prasanna Lenka

61

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6. Detection and Tracking of the Regions of Skin Using the Technique HS-ab

By Diana Alejandra Contreras Alejo and Francisco Javier Gallegos Funes

51

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