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GründerRegio M - synergies and networking to foster knowledge-based spin-offs from higher education
2005 Edition, June 1, 2005 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

This article tries to give some insight into the start-up support activities related to knowledge-based spin-offs from higher education institutions. The Region of Munich and the Capital of Bavaria are described in terms of its...

How are muscle synergies affected by electromyography pre-processing?
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Muscle synergies have been used for decades to explain a variety of motor behaviors, both in humans and animals and, more recently, to steer rehabilitation strategies. However, many sources of variability such as factorization algorithms, criteria for...

Direction Modulation of Muscle Synergies in a Hand-Reaching Task
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Functional tasks of the upper extremity can be executed by a variety of muscular patterns, independent of the direction, speed and load of the task. This large number of degrees of freedom imposes a significant control burden on the CNS. Previous studies suggested that the human cortex...

Biometrics Based on Hand Synergies and their Neural Representations
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Biometric systems can identify individuals based on their unique characteristics. A new biometric based on hand synergies and their neural representations is proposed here. In this preliminary study ten subjects were asked to perform six hand grasps that are...

Incrementality and Hierarchies in the Enrollment of Multiple Synergies for Grasp Planning
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Postural hand synergies, or eigenpostures, are joint angle co-variation patterns observed in common grasping tasks. A typical definition associates the geometry of synergy vectors and their hierarchy (relative statistical weight) with the principal component analysis (PCA) of...

Ultra-Low Latency Mobile Networking
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Mobile networking to achieve the ultra-low latency goal of 1 msec enables massive operation of autonomous vehicles and other intelligent mobile machines, and emerges as one of the most critical technologies beyond 5G mobile communications and state-of-the-art...

A Novel Approach to the Segmentation of sEMG Data Based on the Activation and Deactivation of Muscle Synergies During Movement
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The muscle-synergy hypothesis is a widely used method for describing simple motion patterns and how the central nervous system deals with the complexity of controlling a large set of muscles in parallel. However, the physiological interpretation of synergies and the...

Cooperative Vehicular Networking: A Survey
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With the remarkable progress of cooperative communication technology in recent years, its transformation to vehicular networking is gaining momentum. Such a transformation has brought a new research challenge in facing the realization of cooperative vehicular networking (CVN)....

Fast Networking for Disaster Recovery
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Content-Centric Networking (CCN) is now a research hotspot aiming at building up a new network architecture compared with the traditional IP-based, host-centric one. In this paper, after leaning that CCNs content naming and content-based properties make it...

Vehicular Content-Centric Networking Framework
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In vehicular content-centric networking, contents are usually acquired in the broadcast way and this flooding inevitably increases the content acquisition cost. Moreover, vehicular content-centric networking depends on reverse paths to return the requested contents...

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