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Baojun Chen
Baojun Chen
School of Mechanical Engineering, Tianjin University
Verified email at tju.edu.cn
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Locomotion mode classification using a wearable capacitive sensing system
B Chen, E Zheng, X Fan, T Liang, Q Wang, K Wei, L Wang
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 21 (5 …, 2013
822013
A foot-wearable interface for locomotion mode recognition based on discrete contact force distribution
B Chen, X Wang, Y Huang, K Wei, Q Wang
Mechatronics 32, 12-21, 2015
732015
Adaptive slope walking with a robotic transtibial prosthesis based on volitional EMG control
B Chen, Q Wang, L Wang
IEEE/ASME Transactions on mechatronics 20 (5), 2146-2157, 2014
592014
A real-time lift detection strategy for a hip exoskeleton
B Chen, L Grazi, F Lanotte, N Vitiello, S Crea
Frontiers in neurorobotics 12, 17, 2018
582018
A locomotion intent prediction system based on multi-sensor fusion
B Chen, E Zheng, Q Wang
Sensors 14 (7), 12349-12369, 2014
542014
A new strategy for parameter optimization to improve phase-dependent locomotion mode recognition
B Chen, E Zheng, Q Wang, L Wang
Neurocomputing 149, 585-593, 2015
442015
On the design of a wearable multi-sensor system for recognizing motion modes and sit-to-stand transition
E Zheng, B Chen, X Wang, Y Huang, Q Wang
International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems 11 (2), 30, 2014
352014
Energetic efficiency and stability of dynamic bipedal walking gaits with different step lengths
Y Huang, B Chen, Q Wang, K Wei, L Wang
2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2010
292010
Combining vibrotactile feedback with volitional myoelectric control for robotic transtibial prostheses
B Chen, Y Feng, Q Wang
Frontiers in Neurorobotics 10, 8, 2016
272016
Modeling and gait selection of passivity-based seven-link bipeds with dynamic series of walking phases
Y Huang, Q Wang, B Chen, G Xie, L Wang
Robotica 30 (1), 39-51, 2012
272012
Lower limb wearable capacitive sensing and its applications to recognizing human gaits
E Zheng, B Chen, K Wei, Q Wang
Sensors 13 (10), 13334-13355, 2013
252013
Classification of lifting techniques for application of a robotic hip exoskeleton
B Chen, F Lanotte, L Grazi, N Vitiello, S Crea
Sensors 19 (4), 963, 2019
212019
Adding segmented feet to passive dynamic walkers
Y Huang, B Chen, Q Wang, L Wang
2010 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics …, 2010
192010
A low-back exoskeleton can reduce the erector spinae muscles activity during freestyle symmetrical load lifting tasks
F Lanotte, L Grazi, B Chen, N Vitiello, S Crea
2018 7th IEEE international conference on biomedical robotics and …, 2018
182018
Combining human volitional control with intrinsic controller on robotic prosthesis: A case study on adaptive slope walking
B Chen, Q Wang
2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2015
152015
Promise of using surface EMG signals to volitionally control ankle joint position for powered transtibial prostheses
B Chen, Q Wang, L Wang
2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2014
152014
A novel 3-DOF force sensing microneedle with integrated fiber Bragg grating for microsurgery
T Zhang, B Chen, S Zuo
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 69 (1), 940-949, 2021
142021
Towards methodology and metrics for assessing lumbar exoskeletons in industrial applications
L Grazi, B Chen, F Lanotte, N Vitiello, S Crea
2019 II workshop on metrology for industry 4.0 and IoT (MetroInd4. 0&IoT …, 2019
132019
Adaptive control method for dynamic synchronization of wearable robotic assistance to discrete movements: Validation for use case of lifting tasks
F Lanotte, Z McKinney, L Grazi, B Chen, S Crea, N Vitiello
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 37 (6), 2193-2209, 2021
82021
A wearable capacitive sensing system with phase-dependent classifier for locomotion mode recognition
E Zheng, B Chen, Q Wang, K Wei, L Wang
2012 4th IEEE RAS & EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and …, 2012
82012
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