grasp pattern

grasp pat·tern

(grasp pat'ĕrn)
A program of coordinated movements used to pick up and hold an object in the hand; during the first year of life, it develops steadily in complexity and in the degree of motor control required.
See also: reflexive squeeze grasp
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Other topics of the 135 papers include buoys for oil spill accidents, robot grasp pattern recognition, intelligent crossroad traffic control, a fluorinated carbon for lithium batteries, and machinery for sorting cashew nuts.
The correlation between input voltage to the UECU from the controller and grasp pattern command was determined by software in the UECU.
The logical command signal turns the device on and off; cycles through a set of predefined grasp patterns, such as lateral and palmar grasp; and locks or unlocks the device at certain grasp strengths.
This can be beneficial to achieve desired hand openings and a more anthropomorphic motion for precision, power, and lateral grasp patterns while keeping complexity low.
These grasp patterns include power (used in 35% of ADLs), precision (used in 30% of ADLs), lateral (used in 20% of ADLs), hook, tripod, and finger point [2].
For children with disability, sibling group participation allows for imitation of movement patterns, grasp patterns, activity initiation and motivation, social interaction and speech and language stimulation.