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lfradet29
07-26-2005, 02:12 AM
Dear all,

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

laetitia fradet




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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.
Pons,
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.

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

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

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