Handbook of Neuroprosthetic Methods Julie K. Petersen

ISBN: 9780849311000

Published: December 16th 2002

Hardcover

456 pages


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Handbook of Neuroprosthetic Methods  by  Julie K. Petersen

Handbook of Neuroprosthetic Methods by Julie K. Petersen
December 16th 2002 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 456 pages | ISBN: 9780849311000 | 10.50 Mb

Work in the field of neuroprosthetics requires multidisciplinary teams, but these collaborators must meet on common ground to develop an understanding of the capabilities and limitations of each part of a bioengineering project. This handbookMoreWork in the field of neuroprosthetics requires multidisciplinary teams, but these collaborators must meet on common ground to develop an understanding of the capabilities and limitations of each part of a bioengineering project. This handbook combines the basic concepts, applications, and knowledge of materials science, neural systems, electrical systems, system interfacing, and signal processing.

It provides a comprehensive resource for the techniques, methodologies, and options needed to properly design and undertake experiments within the field of neuroprosthetics. It will be welcomed for fostering more effective, profitable, and productive collaborations. Deals with emerging technologies like integration of MEMS with microelectronics and biomolecular electronics technology Provides a brief overview of three major areas in which research is highly active in this field: hearing, vision, and motor prostheses Comprehensively reviews available computer packages in the field and where they can be found Provides examples of neuroprosthetic systems at different stages of development, from the more mature cochlear implant to the maturing areas of upper-limb and motor control to the relatively fledgling area of visual prostheses



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