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MMI

Abbreviation for maximum medical improvement.
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But brain-machine interfaces (BMI) have some limitations such as low reliability and accuracy when it comes to complex functional task training.
Chen, "A brain-machine interface based on ERD/ERS for an upper-limb exoskeleton control," Sensors, vol.
Brown, "A real-time brain-machine interface combining motor target and trajectory intent using an optimal feedback control design," PloS One, vol.
Brain-Machine Interface: Closer to Therapeutic Reality?
On the design of robotic hands for brain-machine interface. Neurosurg Focus.
They demonstrated that the alert animal could produce two-dimensional movement in the sedated animal's limb--a breakthrough in brain-machine interface research.
He said that future brain-machine interfaces aimed at restoring mobility in humans will have to incorporate multiple limbs to greatly benefit severely paralyzed patients.
OTHER SCIENTISTS AROUND the country, including electrical engineer Euisik Yoon at the University of Michigan, are also working on promising brain-machine interface devices.
So-called "brain-machine interface technology" reads people's thoughts by
And experts working on the brain-machine interface say that experimental efforts for human use may begin within a few years.
Collinger, "Ten-dimensional anthropomorphic arm control in a human brain-machine interface: difficulties, solutions, and limitations," Journal of Neural Engineering, vol.
Thakor, "Brain-machine interface facilitated neurorehabilitation via spinal stimulation after spinal cord injury: Recent progress and future perspectives," Brain Research, vol.