Amir Karniel
Amir Karniel
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
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Does the motor control system use multiple models and context switching to cope with a variable environment?
A Karniel, FA Mussa-Ivaldi
Experimental Brain Research 143, 520-524, 2002
The exponential learning equation as a function of successful trials results in sigmoid performance
N Leibowitz, B Baum, G Enden, A Karniel
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 54 (3), 338-340, 2010
A model for learning human reaching movements
A Karniel, GF Inbar
Biological cybernetics 77 (3), 173-183, 1997
Minimum acceleration criterion with constraints implies bang-bang control as an underlying principle for optimal trajectories of arm reaching movements
S Ben-Itzhak, A Karniel
Neural Computation 20 (3), 779-812, 2008
Perception of delayed stiffness
A Pressman, A Karniel, FA Mussa-Ivaldi
The First IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and …, 2006
Kinetic adaptation during locomotion on a split-belt treadmill
F Mawase, T Haizler, S Bar-Haim, A Karniel
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (8), 2216-2227, 2013
Sequence, time, or state representation: how does the motor control system adapt to variable environments?
A Karniel, FA Mussa-Ivaldi
Biological cybernetics 89 (1), 10-21, 2003
Automated measurement of proprioception following stroke
N Leibowitz, N Levy, S Weingarten, Y Grinberg, A Karniel, Y Sacher, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 30 (24), 1829-1836, 2008
Three creatures named ‘forward model’
A Karniel
Neural Networks 15 (3), 305-307, 2002
Perception of stiffness in laparoscopy–the fulcrum effect
I Nisky, F Huang, A Milstein, CM Pugh, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, A Karniel
Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 19, 313-319, 2012
A regression and boundary-crossing-based model for the perception of delayed stiffness
I Nisky, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, A Karniel
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 1 (2), 73-82, 2008
Toward perceiving robots as humans: Three handshake models face the turing-like handshake test
G Avraham, I Nisky, HL Fernandes, DE Acuna, KP Kording, GE Loeb, ...
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 5 (3), 196-207, 2012
Savings in locomotor adaptation explained by changes in learning parameters following initial adaptation
F Mawase, L Shmuelof, S Bar-Haim, A Karniel
Journal of neurophysiology 111 (7), 1444-1454, 2014
Human motor control: learning to control a time-varying, nonlinear, many-to-one system
A Karniel, GF Inbar
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C (Applications and …, 2000
Duration and patterns of habitual physical activity in adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy
A Shkedy Rabani, N Harries, I Namoora, MD Al‐Jarrah, A Karniel, ...
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 56 (7), 673-680, 2014
Open questions in computational motor control
A Karniel
Journal of integrative neuroscience 10 (03), 385-411, 2011
Perception and action in teleoperated needle insertion
I Nisky, A Pressman, CM Pugh, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, A Karniel
IEEE transactions on haptics 4 (3), 155-166, 2011
Analytical study of perceptual and motor transparency in bilateral teleoperation
I Nisky, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, A Karniel
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 43 (6), 570-582, 2013
Feedback and feedforward adaptation to visuomotor delay during reaching and slicing movements
L Botzer, A Karniel
European Journal of Neuroscience 38 (1), 2108-2123, 2013
New perspectives on the dialogue between brains and machines
FA Mussa-Ivaldi, ST Alford, M Chiappalone, L Fadiga, A Karniel, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 4, 8, 2010
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