Matthias J. Linhardt

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Multisensory interactions between haptics and vision remain poorly understood. Previous studies have shown that shapes, such as letters of the alphabet, when drawn on the skin, are differently perceived dependent upon which body part is stimulated and on how the stimulated body part, such as the hand, is positioned. Another line of research within this area(More)
(optional) In context with the European harmonisation the CENELEC-rules for development of mission critical systems for railway applications are replacing the national rules valid until now. By using the formal language UML the requirements of these rules may be accomplishable. This presentation first discusses the question if UML in fact accomplishes the(More)
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