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Wrist Coordination in a Kinematically Redundant Stabilization Task
IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By Lorenzo Masia,Valentina Squeri,Etienne Burdet,Giulio Sandini,Pietro Morasso
Issue Date:July 2012
We investigated how the control of a compliant object is realized by the redundancy of wrist anatomy. Subjects had to balance a one degree-of-freedom inverted pendulum using elastic linkages controlled by wrist flexion/extension (FE) and forearm pronation/...
Adaptive Training Strategy of Distal Movements by Means of a Wrist-Robot
International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interaction
By Lorenzo Masia, Nestor Nava Rodriguez, Maura Casadio, Pietro Morasso, Giulio Sandini, Psiche Giannoni
Issue Date:February 2009
This paper presents the design, and performance of a high fidelity three degree-of-freedom wrist exoskeleton robot, for neuroscience study, training and rehabilitation. The IIT-Wrist is intended to provide kinesthetic feedback during the training of motor ...
Neural Network of a Cognitive Crow: An interacting map based architecture
Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems, IEEE International Conference on
By Vishwanathan Mohan, Pietro Morasso
Issue Date:July 2007
Studies on animal reasoning can serve as a very relevant guide in building artificial systems that autonomously evolve their cognition and develop new skills in structural/functional coupling with their environments. New Caledonian crows display sophistica...
Analysis of fMRI Time Series with Mixtures of Gaussians
Neural Networks, IEEE - INNS - ENNS International Joint Conference on
By Vittorio Sanguineti, Claudio Parodi, Sergio Perissinotto, Francesco Frisone, Paolo Vitali, Pietro Morasso, Guido Rodriguez
Issue Date:July 2000
In this paper, we discuss the application of the mixtures of Gaussians model for density estimation to the analysis of fMRI time series. We show that, in a classical sensorimotor paradigm (finger-tapping), the performance of the proposed method (in terms o...
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