Ahmed W. Shehata
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Evaluating Internal Model Strength and Performance of Myoelectric Prosthesis Control Strategies
AW Shehata, EJ Scheme, JW Sensinger
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2018
Improving internal model strength and performance of prosthetic hands using augmented feedback
AW Shehata, LF Engels, M Controzzi, C Cipriani, EJ Scheme, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 15 (1), 1-12, 2018
Audible feedback improves internal model strength and performance of myoelectric prosthesis control
AW Shehata, EJ Scheme, JW Sensinger
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
The effect of myoelectric prosthesis control strategies and feedback level on adaptation rate for a target acquisition task
AW Shehata, EJ Scheme, JW Sensinger
2017 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 200-204, 2017
When less is more–discrete tactile feedback dominates continuous audio biofeedback in the integrated percept while controlling a myoelectric prosthetic hand
LF Engels, AW Shehata, EJ Scheme, JW Sensinger, C Cipriani
Frontiers in neuroscience 13, 578, 2019
Conventional analysis of trial-by-trial adaptation is biased: Empirical and theoretical support using a Bayesian estimator
D Blustein, A Shehata, K Englehart, J Sensinger
PLoS computational biology 14 (12), e1006501, 2018
Mechanotactile sensory feedback improves embodiment of a prosthetic hand during active use
AW Shehata, M Rehani, ZE Jassat, JS Hebert
Frontiers in neuroscience 14, 263, 2020
Neurorobotic fusion of prosthetic touch, kinesthesia, and movement in bionic upper limbs promotes intrinsic brain behaviors
PD Marasco, JS Hebert, JW Sensinger, DT Beckler, ZC Thumser, ...
Science Robotics 6 (58), eabf3368, 2021
Adaptive Group Formation in Multirobot Systems.
A Wagdy, A Khamis
Advances in Artificial Intelligence (16877470), 2013
Machine learning for the control of prosthetic arms: using electromyographic signals for improved performance
AW Shehata, HE Williams, JS Hebert, PM Pilarski
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 38 (4), 46-53, 2021
A cost-effective inertial measurement system for tracking movement and triggering kinesthetic feedback in lower-limb prosthesis users
MNI Keri, AW Shehata, PD Marasco, JS Hebert, AH Vette
Sensors 21 (5), 1844, 2021
Skin stretch enhances illusory movement in persons with lower-limb amputation
AW Shehata, MNI Keri, M Gomez, PD Marasco, AH Vette, JS Hebert
2019 IEEE 16th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR …, 2019
Improving performance of pattern recognition-based myoelectric control using a desktop robotic arm training tool
J Austin, AW Shehata, MR Dawson, J Carey, JS Hebert
2018 IEEE Life Sciences Conference (LSC), 231-234, 2018
An analytical method reduces noise bias in motor adaptation analysis
DH Blustein, AW Shehata, ES Kuylenstierna, KB Englehart, JW Sensinger
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-12, 2021
A Modular Adjustable Transhumeral Prosthetic Socket for Evaluating Myoelectric Control
BW Hallworth, JA Austin, HE Williams, M Rehani, AW Shehata, JS Hebert
IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine 8, 1-10, 2020
Cutting through the noise: reducing bias in motor adaptation analysis
DH Blustein, AW Shehata, ES Kuylenstierna, KB Englehart, JW Sensinger
bioRxiv, 2020
A transradial modular adaptable platform for evaluating prosthetic feedback and control strategies
BW Hallworth, AW Shehata, MR Dawson, F Sperle, M Connan, W Friedl, ...
MEC-Myoelectric Control Symposium, 2020
Development and verification of a low-cost prosthetic knee motion sensor
MNI Keri, AW Shehata, QA Boser, AH Vette, JS Hebert
2018 IEEE Life Sciences Conference (LSC), 283-286, 2018
Recurrent Convolutional Neural Networks as an Approach to Position-Aware Myoelectric Prosthesis Control
HE Williams, AW Shehata, MR Dawson, E Scheme, JS Hebert, ...
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 69 (7), 2243-2255, 2022
Towards Objective Assessment of Ownership Over a Prosthesis
D Blustein, N Mesa, E Kuylenstierna, K Parsons, C Stiegelmar, J Hebert, ...
MEC20 Symposium, 2020
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