Browsing by Author "Caltagirone, Carlo"
Overground walking training with the i-Walker, a robotic servo-assistive device, enhances balance in patients with subacute stroke: a randomized controlled trial Morone, Giovanni; Annicchiarico, Roberta; Iosa, Marco; Federici, Alessia; Paolucci, Stefano; Cortés García, Claudio Ulises; Caltagirone, Carlo (2016-05-26)
Open AccessBackground: Patients affected by mild stroke benefit more from physiological overground walking training than walking-like training performed in place using specific devices. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effects ...
Supported human autonomy for recovery and enhancement of cognitive and motor abilities using agent technologies Cortés García, Claudio Ulises; Annicchiarico, Roberta; Urdiales García, Cristina; Barrué Subirana, Cristian; Martínez Velasco, Antonio Benito; Villar, Alfredo; Caltagirone, Carlo (Birkhäuser Basel, 2008-10-11)
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Restricted access - publisher's policyThe goal of SHARE-it, an EU FP6 funded project, is to develop a scalable, adaptive system of add-ons to sensor and assistive technology so that they can be modularly integrated into an intelligent home environment to enhance ...
Using scenarios to draft the support of intelligent tools for frail elders in the SHARE-it approach Annicchiarico, Roberta; Campana, Fabio; Federici, Alessia; Barrué Subirana, Cristian; Cortés García, Claudio Ulises; Villar, Alfredo; Caltagirone, Carlo (Springer Verlag, 2009-06-10)
Restricted access - publisher's policyA scenario is an example narrative description of typical interactions of users with the system. Scenarios are concrete, informal descriptions, and are not intended to describe all possible interactions. This document ...
Urdiales García, Cristina; Fernández-Carmona, Manuel; Peula, José Ma.; Cortés García, Claudio Ulises; Annicchiarico, Roberta; Caltagirone, Carlo; Sandoval, Francisco (2011-07-08)
Restricted access - publisher's policyObjective: Mobility is of key importance for autonomous living. Persons with severe disabilities may be assisted by robotic wheelchairs when manual control is not possible. However, these persons should contribute to control ...