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- Mohammad S. Islam, Khondaker Abdullah Al Mamun, Hai Deng:
Decoding of Human Movements Based on Deep Brain Local Field Potentials Using Ensemble Neural Networks. Comput. Intell. Neurosci. 2017: 5151895:1-5151895:16 (2017)
- Indika Wijayasinghe, Justin Ruths, Ulrich Büttner, Bijoy K. Ghosh, Stefan Glasauer, Olympia Kremmyda, Jr-Shin Li:
Potential and optimal control of human head movement using Tait-Bryan parametrization. Autom. 50(2): 519-529 (2014)
- Mohammad S. Islam, Muhammad S. Khan, Hai Deng, Khondaker Abdullah Al Mamun:
Decoding Movements from Human Deep Brain Local Field Potentials Using Radial Basis Function Neural Network. CBMS 2014: 105-108
- Jamie Allen:
Human potential (movement). SIGGRAPH ASIA Art Gallery & Emerging Technologies 2009: 11
- Ahmad Hoirul Basori, Daut Daman, Mohd Shahrizal Sunar, Abdullah Bade:
The Potential of Human Haptic Emotion as Technique for Virtual Human Characters Movement to Augment Interactivity in Virtual Reality Game. Int. J. Virtual Real. 7(2): 27-32 (2008)
- Dae-Hyung Park, Heiko Hoffmann, Peter Pastor, Stefan Schaal:
Movement reproduction and obstacle avoidance with dynamic movement primitives and potential fields. Humanoids 2008: 91-98
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