From Humans to Robots and Back: Role of Arm Movement in Medio-lateral Balance Control

Huber M, Chiovetto E, Righetti L, Schaal S, Giese MA, Stenard D (2015)
In: Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement.

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Huber, M.; Chiovetto, E.; Righetti, L.; Schaal, S.; Giese, M.A.; Stenard, D.
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2015
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Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement
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Huber M, Chiovetto E, Righetti L, Schaal S, Giese MA, Stenard D. From Humans to Robots and Back: Role of Arm Movement in Medio-lateral Balance Control. In: Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement. 2015.
Huber, M., Chiovetto, E., Righetti, L., Schaal, S., Giese, M. A., & Stenard, D. (2015). From Humans to Robots and Back: Role of Arm Movement in Medio-lateral Balance Control. Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement
Huber, M., Chiovetto, E., Righetti, L., Schaal, S., Giese, M. A., and Stenard, D. (2015). “From Humans to Robots and Back: Role of Arm Movement in Medio-lateral Balance Control” in Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement.
Huber, M., et al., 2015. From Humans to Robots and Back: Role of Arm Movement in Medio-lateral Balance Control. In Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement.
M. Huber, et al., “From Humans to Robots and Back: Role of Arm Movement in Medio-lateral Balance Control”, Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement, 2015.
Huber, M., Chiovetto, E., Righetti, L., Schaal, S., Giese, M.A., Stenard, D.: From Humans to Robots and Back: Role of Arm Movement in Medio-lateral Balance Control. Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement. (2015).
Huber, M., Chiovetto, E., Righetti, L., Schaal, S., Giese, M.A., and Stenard, D. “From Humans to Robots and Back: Role of Arm Movement in Medio-lateral Balance Control”. Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement. 2015.

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