Michel Dufosse

"Michel Dufosse"
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Frolov AA, Prokopenko RA, Dufossè M, et al. (2006) Adjustment of the human arm viscoelastic properties to the direction of reaching. Biological Cybernetics. 94: 97-109
Dufossé M, Kaladjian A, Frolov AA, et al. (2003) Adaptive neural network control system inspired from the cerebro-cerebellar network for manipulation Proceedings of Ieee International Symposium On Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation, Cira. 2: 1017-1021
Frolov AA, Dufossé M, Rízek S, et al. (2000) On the possibility of linear modelling the human arm neuromuscular apparatus. Biological Cybernetics. 82: 499-515
Biryukova EV, Roschin VY, Frolov AA, et al. (1999) Forearm postural control during unloading: anticipatory changes in elbow stiffness. Experimental Brain Research. 124: 107-17
Kaladjian A, Dufosse M, Djennane H. (1998) Computational origin of error signals sent to cerebellar microzones Proceedings of the Ieee International Conference On Systems, Man and Cybernetics. 4: 3471-3476
Braitenberg V, Heck D, Sultan F. (1997) The detection and generation of sequences as a key to cerebellar function: experiments and theory. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 20: 229-45; discussion 2
Ioffe M, Massion J, Gantchev N, et al. (1996) Coordination between posture and movement in a bimanual load-lifting task: is there a transfer? Experimental Brain Research. 109: 450-6
Bennis N, Roby-Brami A, Dufossé M, et al. (1996) Anticipatory responses to a self-applied load in normal subjects and hemiparetic patients. Journal of Physiology, Paris. 90: 27-42
Djennane H, Dufosse M, Kaladjian A. (1996) Connectionist hypothesis about the 'mysterious' origin of both error signals sent to the cerebellum & reinforcement to the striatum Neural Network World. 6: 545-551
Dufosse M. (1995) Origin of error signal to the cerebellum and reinforcement signal to the striatum: A hypothesis International Rnns/Ieee Symposium On Neuroinformatics and Neurocomputers. 115-120
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