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Kunavar, Tjasa (author), Jamšek, Marko (author), Avila-Mireles, Edwin Johnatan (author), Rueckert, Elmar (author), Peternel, L. (author), Babič, Jan (author)
During the learning of a new sensorimotor task, individuals are usually provided with instructional stimuli and relevant information about the target task. The inclusion of haptic devices in the study of this kind of learning has greatly helped in the understanding of how an individual can improve or acquire new skills. However, the way in...
journal article 2024
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Li, David (author)
Technological devices are ubiquitous, think of for example smartphones and in-vehicle information systems. Both can contribute towards distracted driving where the visual field of the human controller is shifted away from the primary control task. In this paper a neural network model is trained using the InceptionTime architecture and used to...
master thesis 2023
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Kemna, Maarten (author)
The perception of visual information is essential in satisfactory control tracking performance. Modern interface technologies such as stereoscopic three-dimensional displays allow for a more ecological representation of three-dimensional surroundings in a remote teleoperative environment without natural binocular vision. However, the effects...
master thesis 2020
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Wijlens, Rowenna (author)
Pilots’ manual flying skills have notably reduced due to the increase in flight deck automation over the last decades. This has resulted in a growing concern that today pilots lack the skills to safely and successfully prevent or recover from unexpected aircraft upset events or to take over controls after a sudden transition to manual flying....
master thesis 2019
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van der El, Kasper (author)
The introduction of ever-advancing automatic control systems is rapidly changing traditional manual control tasks such as piloting of aircraft and steering of cars. In order to predict how human controllers will interact with new technology, a thorough understanding of the human’s adaptive manual control capabilities and limitations is essential...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Pieters, Marc (author)
This thesis describes an experiment investigating the effects of motion filter order on human manual control tracking behavior and performance. The experiment was performed on two simulators: the Vertical Motion Simulator at NASA Ames Research Center and the SIMONA Research Simulator at Delft University of Technology. Eighteen pilots in the...
master thesis 2018
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Büskens, Jasmijn (author)
In an effort to develop new tools for the classification of neurodegenerative diseases, the effect on the ocular motor system and specifically the visuomotor integration has been a field of interest for more than a decade. Where tracking tasks have shown the potential to quantify fine motor skills of the hand, too little is known about the...
master thesis 2018
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Van der Gugten, D. (author)
This study focused on a new method to find accurate performance measures of a mediolateral centre of mass(CoM)-controlled visual tracking task, which might be sensitive enough to detect problems in balance control early on. Visual tracking tasks, controlled by mediolateral CoM displacement, have shown promising results in this respect. The task...
master thesis 2015
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Van der Burg, A.A. (author)
Human movement control is frequently studied by in vivo quantification of NeuroMuscular System (NMS) properties, e.g. intrinsic joint stiffness and joint damping and reflexive feedback gains, during functional tasks. An important measure in movement control is joint admittance, the relation between joint angle and torque. The NMS properties can...
master thesis 2013
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