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Simpson and D. W. Lamb, A system of powered prostheses for severe bilateral upper limb deficiency, J. , 47B (3): 1965. ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR MOTOR DISABILITIES 20. R. E. Prior and C. M. Scott, Proportionally controlled linear power assist device for artificial arms, Bull. Prosth. , 10 (24): 43–50, 1975. 21. M. D. O’Riain and D. T. Gibbons, Position proprioception in a microcomputer-controlled prosthesis, Med. Biol. Eng. , 25: 294–298, 1987. 22. C. W. Heckathorne, J. S. Strysik, and E. C. Grahn, Design of a modular extended physiological propioception controller for clinical applications in prosthesis control.

Meas. Control, 107: 1–16, 1985. 19. D. C. Simpson and D. W. Lamb, A system of powered prostheses for severe bilateral upper limb deficiency, J. , 47B (3): 1965. ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR MOTOR DISABILITIES 20. R. E. Prior and C. M. Scott, Proportionally controlled linear power assist device for artificial arms, Bull. Prosth. , 10 (24): 43–50, 1975. 21. M. D. O’Riain and D. T. Gibbons, Position proprioception in a microcomputer-controlled prosthesis, Med. Biol. Eng. , 25: 294–298, 1987. 22. C. W. Heckathorne, J.

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