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Jeffrey R Koller
Jeffrey R Koller
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Learning to walk with an adaptive gain proportional myoelectric controller for a robotic ankle exoskeleton
JR Koller, DA Jacobs, DP Ferris, CD Remy
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12 (1), 1-14, 2015
1422015
‘Body-in-the-Loop’Optimization of Assistive Robotic Devices: A Validation Study
JR Koller, DH Gates, DP Ferris, CD Remy
Robotics Science and Systems (RSS), 2016
1082016
Biomechanics and energetics of walking in powered ankle exoskeletons using myoelectric control versus mechanically intrinsic control
JR Koller, CD Remy, DP Ferris
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 15 (1), 1-14, 2018
402018
Motor modules during adaptation to walking in a powered ankle exoskeleton
DA Jacobs, JR Koller, KM Steele, DP Ferris
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 15 (1), 1-15, 2018
342018
Comparing neural control and mechanically intrinsic control of powered ankle exoskeletons
JR Koller, CD Remy, DP Ferris
2017 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 294-299, 2017
272017
Confidence in the curve: Establishing instantaneous cost mapping techniques using bilateral ankle exoskeletons
JR Koller, DH Gates, DP Ferris, CD Remy
Journal of Applied Physiology 122 (2), 242-252, 2017
232017
Adaptive Gain for Proportional Myoelectric Control of a Robotic Ankle Exoskeleton during Human Walking
J Koller, D Jacobs, DP Ferris, CD Remy
Columbus, OH: American Society for Biomechanics, 2015
42015
A Lower Extremity Soft Robotic Exoskeleton
JR Koller, CD Remy, DP Ferris
Dynamic Walking, June, Zurich, Switzerland. URL http://dynamicwalking. org …, 2014
12014
Confidence in the Curve: Establishing Instantaneous Cost Mapping
JR Koller, DH Gates, DP Ferris, CD Remy
2016
Confidence in the Curve
JR Koller, DH Gates, DP Ferris, CD Remy
Physiological Effects of a Simple Adaptive Ankle Exoskeleton
JR Koller, DA Jacobs, DP Ferris, CD Remy
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