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Daily interaction with the environment consists of moving with or without objects. Increasing interest in both types of movements drove the creation of computational models to describe reaching movements and, later, to describe a simplified version of object manipulation. The previously suggested models for object manipulation rely on the same optimization(More)
When we knock on a door, we perceive the impact as a collection of simultaneous events, combining sound, sight, and tactile sensation. In reality, information from different modalities but from a single source is flowing inside the brain along different pathways, reaching processing centers at different times. Therefore, interpreting different sensory(More)
During interaction with objects, we form an internal representation of their mechanical properties. This representation is used for perception and for guiding actions, such as in precision grip, where grip force is modulated with the predicted load forces. In this study, we explored the relationship between grip force adjustment and perception of stiffness(More)
A number of complications have been associated with complex continent urinary diversions. We report a case of postoperative mechanical gastric outlet obstruction after continent urinary diversion with distal ileum and ascending colon. Following adequate urinary reservoir drainage gastric outlet obstruction resolved. Such mechanical effects from distended(More)
The American National Standard ANSI N13.11-1983 is used to test the accuracy (bias plus precision) of dosimetry processors as part of the dosimetry accreditation program of the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP). Section 3.8 of the ANSI N13.11-1983 standard requires that a study of the angular response of a dosimeter be carried out(More)
How motion and sensory inputs are combined to assess an object's stiffness is still unknown. Here, we provide evidence for the existence of a stiffness estimator in the human posterior parietal cortex (PPC). We showed previously that delaying force feedback with respect to motion when interacting with an object caused participants to underestimate its(More)
20 Daily interaction with the environment consists of moving with or without objects. Increasing 21 interest in both types of movements drove the creation of computational models to describe 22 reaching movements and later to describe a simplified version of object manipulation. The 23 previous suggested models for object manipulation rely on the same(More)
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