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Roles for learning in a vestibular prosthesis?

Author(s):

J. DiGiovanna
Conference/Journal:

Jenks Vestibular Lab, Massachusetts Ear & Eye Infirmary, Boston, MA USA
Abstract:

This talk is designed to spark collaborations on learning in a vestibular prosthesis. The concept of learning is reviewed in the context of controlling motor neuro-prosthetics, specifically brain-machine interfaces. This is compared to control of current vestibular (sensory) prosthetics. I suggest two areas where learning may be useful in a vestibular prosthetic and open the floor discuss additional or alternative applications.

Year:

2009
Type of Publication:

(06)Talk
Supervisor:



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