CPS:Small:Cyber-physical system challenges in man-machine interfaces: context-dependent control of smart artificial hands through enhanced touch pe

Project: Research project

Project Details


Algorithms will be developed for real-time coordination, cooperation, and autonomy of the biological and artificial agents comprising the man-machine interface of a neuroprosthetic hand system. Methods and Tools Methods will be developed for enabling touch perception for man-machine interfaces and also for context-dependent decision-making that use computational and physical resources (high-level cortical control from the biological agent, low-level spinal-like reflexes from built into the prosthesis) efficiently based on the spatial and temporal scales of the required response.
Effective start/end date9/15/098/31/13


  • National Science Foundation (NSF): $549,999.00


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