Daniel A Jacobs
Daniel A Jacobs
Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Temple University
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Learning to walk with an adaptive gain proportional myoelectric controller for a robotic ankle exoskeleton
JR Koller, DA Jacobs, DP Ferris, CD Remy
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12 (97), 2015
972015
Estimation of ground reaction forces and ankle moment with multiple, low-cost sensors
DA Jacobs, DP Ferris
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12 (1), 1-12, 2015
622015
Feasibility of Muscle Synergy Outcomes in Clinics, Robotics, and Sports: A Systematic Review
J Taborri, V Agostini, PK Artemiadis, M Ghislieri, DA Jacobs, J Roh, ...
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics 2018, 2018
432018
Motor modules during adaptation to walking in a powered ankle exoskeleton
DA Jacobs, JR Koller, KM Steele, DP Ferris
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 15 (1), 1-15, 2018
172018
Modeling Inelastic Collisions With the Hunt–Crossley Model Using the Energetic Coefficient of Restitution
DA Jacobs, KJ Waldron
Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics 10 (2), 2015
92015
Evaluation of a low-cost pneumatic plantar pressure insole for predicting ground contact kinetics
DA Jacobs, DP Ferris
Journal of applied biomechanics 32 (2), 215-220, 2016
52016
ADAPTIVE GAIN FOR PROPORTIONAL MYOELECTRIC CONTROL OF A ROBOTIC ANKLE EXOSKELETON DURING HUMAN WALKING
JR Koller, DA Jacobs, DP Ferris, CD Remy
American Society of Biomechanics, 2015
32015
A nonlinear model for simulating contact and collision
DA JACOBS, KJ WALDRON
Advances In Mobile Robotics, 930-936, 2008
32008
Efficient, Stable Locomotion in Legged Robots
DA Jacobs
Stanford University, 2012
22012
AN ACTUATED CONTINUOUS SPRING LOADED INVERTED PENDULUM (SLIP) MODEL FOR THE ANALYSIS OF BOUNCING GAITS
DA JACOBS, LJ PARK, KJ WALDRON
International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots, 2013
12013
Novel velocity estimation for symmetric and asymmetric self-paced treadmill training
S Canete, DA Jacobs
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 18 (1), 1-15, 2021
2021
The Effects of a Powered Pneumatic Ankle Exoskeleton on Balance Control
S Canete, WG Wright, DA Jacobs
44th Annual Meeting of American Society of Biomechanics. Atlanta, GA: ASB, 2020
2020
Is my Musculoskeletal Model Complex Enough?
OD Pearl, DA Jacobs
44th Annual Meeting of American Society of Biomechanics. Atlanta, GA: ASB, 2020
2020
Professional interactions with Professor Erskine Crossley
KJ Waldron, DA Jacobs
Mechanism and Machine Theory 89, 72-74, 2015
2015
Physiological Effects of a Simple Adaptive Ankle Exoskeleton
JR Koller, DA Jacobs, DP Ferris, CD Remy
Dynamic Walking, 2015
2015
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