Journal of
Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics
 



ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)


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William Lesso (1931-2015)

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Nagib C. Callaos


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A Systemic/Cybernetic Notion of Design
Nagib Callaos
(pages: 1-29)

The Philosophy of Research
Jeremy Horne
(pages: 30-56)

On Architecture: Complexity and Decline
Taha A. Al-Douri
(pages: 57-61)

The Humboldt Portal: Complexity and Interconnectedness
Detlev Doherr
(pages: 62-71)

The Influence of Tradition, Context, and Research in Doctoral Degree Design
Lorayne Robertson, Bill Muirhead
(pages: 72-82)

Viability, Sustainability and Non-Requisite Variety
Leonardo Lavanderos, Abelardo Araya, Alejandro Malpartida
(pages: 83-96)

Increase the Success of Governmental IT-Projects
Maurice Gaikema, Mark Donkersloot, Jim Johnson, Hans Mulder
(pages: 97-105)

The Interconnections of Research and Design in Context of Social Trust and the Triple Helix Concept
Annamaria Csiszer
(pages: 106-116)

Problems During Scientific Research and Designing Integration
Ingus Mitrofanovs, Marita Cekule, Kaspars Cabs
(pages: 117-128)

Current State and Modeling of Research Topics in Cybersecurity and Data Science
Tamir Bechor, Bill Jung
(pages: 129-156)

Transforming Cybersecurity Education Through Consulting
Giti Javidi, Ehsan Sheybani
(pages: 157-168)

Designing for Learning in an Interdisciplinary Education Context
Lillian Buus, Jette A. Frydendahl, Thomas W. Jensen, Thue F. Jensen, Kirstine B. Lillelund, Mette Falbe-Hansen
(pages: 169-185)

Analysis of Information in the Academic Management of the UNED, Required in the Self-Assessment Processes and the Relation Between Research and Design of the Investigation
Ariana Acón-Matamoros, Aurora Trujillo-Cotera
(pages: 186-196)

Designing a Supply System for a Productive Company
Javier Chávez González, Graciela Vázquez Álvarez, Efraín J. Martínez Ortíz, Sandra D. Orantes Jiménez
(pages: 197-212)

A Novel Interactive Network Fuzzer for System Security Assessment
Jaime C. Acosta, Christian Murga, Alberto Morales, Caesar Zapata
(pages: 213-220)

Designing for Proactive Network Configuration Analysis
Magreth Mushi, Rudra Dutta
(pages: 221-239)

Research Design for Evaluating the Impact in SMES Related to the Technological Means Imposed by the Mexican Tax Authorities
Jesús Vivanco, Ma. del Carmen Martinez
(pages: 240-248)

Evaluation by Competences in a Clinical Environment of a Public University in Peru (Invited Paper)
Maritza Placencia Medina, Javier Silva Valencia, Elías J. Carrasco Escobedo, Marissa Muñoz-Ayala, Jorge R. Carreño Escobedo, Carlos Saavedra Castillo, Yanelli K. Ascacivar Placencia
(pages: 249-259)

Development of the Software Cryptographic Service Provider on the Basis of National Standards
Rakhmatillo Djuraevich Aloev, Mirkhon Mukhammadovich Nurullaev
(pages: 260-272)

On the Calculation of Entropy of EEG Transients
Carlos A. Ramírez-Fuentes, Blanca Tovar-Corona, V. Barrera-Figueroa, M. A. Silva-Ramírez, L. I. Garay-Jiménez
(pages: 273-286)

The Legitimization of Improvement Science in Academe
Casey D. Cobb, Patricia Virella
(pages: 287-296)

Seminars in Proactive Artificial Intelligence for Cybersecurity (SPAIC): Consulting and Research
Ehsan Sheybani, Giti Javidi
(pages: 297-305)


 

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Human Walk Modeled by PCPG to Control a Lower Limb Neuroprosthesis by High-Level Commands

Matthieu Duvinage, Thierry Castermans, Rene Jimenez-Fabian, Thomas Hoellinger, Mathieu Petieau, Olivier Verlinden, Guy Cheron, Thierry Dutoit


Current active leg prostheses do not integrate the most recent advances in Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) and bipedal robotics. Moreover, their actuators are seldom driven by the subject’s intention. This paper aims at showing a summary of our current results in the field of human gait rehabilitation. In a first prototype, the main focus was on people suffering from foot drop problems, i.e. people who are unable to lift their feet. However, current work is focusing on a full active ankle orthosis. The approach is threefold: a BCI system, a gait model and an orthosis. Thanks to the BCI system, patients are able to generate high-level commands. Typically, a command could represent a speed modification. Then, a gait model based on a programmable central pattern generator is used to generate the adequate kinematics. Finally, the orthosis is tracking this kinematics when the foot is in the air, whereas, the orthosis is mimicking a spring when the foot is on the ground.

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