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MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-03-14
11:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Experimental evaluation of voluntarily activatable muscle synergies
Shunta Togo (UEC/ATR), Hiroshi Imamizu (Tokyo Univ./ATR) NC2016-77
This study tested hypothesis that the individual muscle synergies extracted by non-negative matrix factorization (NMF) i... [more] NC2016-77
pp.79-84
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-03-22
14:10
Tokyo Tamagawa University Control strategy of hand movement depending on a task redundancy
Shunta Togo (ATR/JSPS), Toshinori Yoshioka (ATR), Hiroshi Imamizu (Tokyo Univ./ATR) NC2015-94
The human solves redundancy problems involved in a motor task, and performs the task. In this study, we focused on how t... [more] NC2015-94
pp.143-148
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-03-22
14:35
Tokyo Tamagawa University Control of whole-body movement allowing the variability of posture
Kazuki Kumazawa, Takahiro Kagawa (Nagoya Univ.), Shunta Togo (ATR/JSPS), Yoji Uno (Nagoya Univ.) NC2015-95
In a whole-body reaching movement, it is important to control COM within the base of support for keeping standing postur... [more] NC2015-95
pp.149-154
NC, MBE 2015-03-17
10:25
Tokyo Tamagawa University Evaluation of coordination of motor command by a normalized index of synergy
Shunta Togo (ATR/JSPS), Hiroshi Imamizu (ATR/NICT) MBE2014-170 NC2014-121
Since human movements are affected by a musculoskeletal system, it can not be determined that whether the synergy is for... [more] MBE2014-170 NC2014-121
pp.301-306
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2014-12-13
10:50
Aichi Nagoya University Postural control for quiet standing allowing variability of COM within base of support
Hotaka Ito (Nagoya Univ.), Shunta Togo (ATR), Takahiro Kagawa, Yoji Uno (Nagoya Univ.) NC2014-48
In a postural control for quiet standing, the fluctuation of COM is allowed within the base of support while it is impor... [more] NC2014-48
pp.25-30
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2014-03-18
10:00
Tokyo Tamagawa University Sensory information perceiving a redundant direction in a motor task
Shunta Togo (Nagoya Univ./JSPS), Takahiro Kagawa, Yoji Uno (Nagoya Univ.) NC2013-131
Human joint coordination allows a variance of joints which does not affect the task achievement. Therefore, the human ne... [more] NC2013-131
pp.245-250
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2013-03-14
15:05
Tokyo Tamagawa University Joint coordination of a multi-joint arm for target tracking task
Shunta Togo, Takahiro Kagawa, Yoji Uno (Nagoya Univ.) NC2012-164
In this paper, we measured and analyzed a one-dimensional target tracking task in which human subjects tracked one-dimen... [more] NC2012-164
pp.173-178
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2011-03-08
11:05
Tokyo Tamagawa University A role of visual information for joint coordination to dampen hand vibration during human walking
Shunta Togo, Takahiro Kagawa, Yoji Uno (Nagoya Univ.) NC2010-163
We investigate a role of visual information for carrying a cup filled with water without spilling. We assume that reduci... [more] NC2010-163
pp.211-216
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2010-03-10
14:10
Tokyo Tamagawa University Analysis of synergy for dampening hand vibration during walking
Shunta Togo, Takahiro Kagawa, Yoji Uno (Nagoya Univ.) NC2009-124
Carrying a cup without spilling water is one of dexterous tasks. We assume that reducing hand-jerk and
keeping cup angl... [more]
NC2009-124
pp.213-218
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