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07-26-2005, 02:12 AM
Dear all,

Thanks for the reply to my question. Below is the
summary of the correspondences.

laetitia fradet

Dear Laetita

These paper may help...

E. Rocon, A.F Ruiz, J.L. Pons, J.M. Belda-Lois, J.J.
Sánchez-Lacuesta, Rehabilitation Robotics: a Wearable
Exo-Skeleton for Tremor Assessment and Suppression,
ICRA 2005 Conference.
M, Manto, M. Topping, M. Soede, J. Sanchez-Lacuesta,
W. Harwin, J. Pons, J. Williams, S. Skararup, L.
Normie, Dynamically Responsive
Intervention for Tremor Suppression, IEEE Engineering
in Medicine and Biology,
22(3): 120-132, June, 2003
E. Rocon, J.M. Belda-Lois, J.J. Sanchez-Lacuesta, J.L.
Pathological Tremor management: modelling,
compensatory technology and evaluation, Technology and
Disability, 16, 3-18, 2004
E. Rocon, L. Bueno, R. Ceres, L. Calderon, J.L.Pons,
Theorical Control Discussion On Tremor Suppression via
Biomechanical Loading, Proceeding of the AAATE
conference. Dublin, Ireland, 2003.

Michelle J. Johnson, Ph.D.
(414) 805-4256

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Do you mean you want to filter out the tremor from the

If so, you need a low pass filter. I simple one is
y(n)=k.x(n) +
(1.0-k).y(n-1) 0.0