David Franklin
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The central nervous system stabilizes unstable dynamics by learning optimal impedance
E Burdet, R Osu, DW Franklin, TE Milner, M Kawato
Nature 414 (6862), 446-449, 2001
Computational mechanisms of sensorimotor control
DW Franklin, DM Wolpert
Neuron 72 (3), 425-442, 2011
Adaptation to stable and unstable dynamics achieved by combined impedance control and inverse dynamics model
DW Franklin, R Osu, E Burdet, M Kawato, TE Milner
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (5), 3270-3282, 2003
Short-and long-term changes in joint co-contraction associated with motor learning as revealed from surface EMG
R Osu, DW Franklin, H Kato, H Gomi, K Domen, T Yoshioka, M Kawato
Journal of neurophysiology 88 (2), 991-1004, 2002
CNS learns stable, accurate, and efficient movements using a simple algorithm
DW Franklin, E Burdet, KP Tee, R Osu, CM Chew, TE Milner, M Kawato
Journal of neuroscience 28 (44), 11165-11173, 2008
Endpoint stiffness of the arm is directionally tuned to instability in the environment
DW Franklin, G Liaw, TE Milner, R Osu, E Burdet, M Kawato
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (29), 7705-7716, 2007
Nanomesh pressure sensor for monitoring finger manipulation without sensory interference
S Lee, S Franklin, FA Hassani, T Yokota, MOG Nayeem, Y Wang, R Leib, ...
Science 370 (6519), 966-970, 2020
Specificity of reflex adaptation for task-relevant variability
DW Franklin, DM Wolpert
Journal of neuroscience 28 (52), 14165-14175, 2008
Functional significance of stiffness in adaptation of multijoint arm movements to stable and unstable dynamics
DW Franklin, E Burdet, R Osu, M Kawato, TE Milner
Experimental brain research 151, 145-157, 2003
A method for measuring endpoint stiffness during multi-joint arm movements
E Burdet, R Osu, DW Franklin, T Yoshioka, TE Milner, M Kawato
Journal of biomechanics 33 (12), 1705-1709, 2000
Stability and motor adaptation in human arm movements
E Burdet, KP Tee, I Mareels, TE Milner, CM Chew, DW Franklin, R Osu, ...
Biological cybernetics 94, 20-32, 2006
Impedance control and internal model use during the initial stage of adaptation to novel dynamics in humans
TE Milner, DW Franklin
The Journal of physiology 567 (2), 651-664, 2005
Human–humanoid interaction: is a humanoid robot perceived as a human?
E Oztop, DW Franklin, T Chaminade, G Cheng
International Journal of Humanoid Robotics 2 (04), 537-559, 2005
Impedance control reduces instability that arises from motor noise
LPJ Selen, DW Franklin, DM Wolpert
Journal of neuroscience 29 (40), 12606-12616, 2009
Different mechanisms involved in adaptation to stable and unstable dynamics
R Osu, E Burdet, DW Franklin, TE Milner, M Kawato
Journal of Neurophysiology, 2003
Human robotics: neuromechanics and motor control
E Burdet, DW Franklin, TE Milner
MIT press, 2013
Inability to activate muscles maximally during cocontraction and the effect on joint stiffness
TE Milner, C Cloutier, AB Leger, DW Franklin
Experimental Brain Research 107, 293-305, 1995
Impedance control balances stability with metabolically costly muscle activation
DW Franklin, U So, M Kawato, TE Milner
Journal of neurophysiology 92 (5), 3097-3105, 2004
Concurrent adaptation of force and impedance in the redundant muscle system
KP Tee, DW Franklin, M Kawato, TE Milner, E Burdet
Biological cybernetics 102, 31-44, 2010
Visuomotor feedback gains upregulate during the learning of novel dynamics
S Franklin, DM Wolpert, DW Franklin
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (2), 467-478, 2012
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