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2011

Woch, A., Plamondon, R., & O'Reilly, C. (2011). Kinematic characteristics of bidirectional delta-lognormal primitives in young and older subjects. Human Movement Science, 30(1), 1-17. External link

2010

Woch, A., & Plamondon, R. (2010). Characterization of Bi-Directional Movement Primitives and Their Agonist-Antagonist Synergy With the Delta-Lognormal Model. Motor Control, 14(1), 1-25. External link

2007

Woch, A., & Plamondon, R. (2007, November). Analysis of movement primitives with the [Delta-Lambda] model : Insights on the age effect [Paper]. 13th Biennial Conference of the International Graphonomics Society, Melbourne, Australie. External link

2004

Woch, A., & Plamondon, R. (2004). Using the Framework of the Kinematic Theory for the Definition of a Movement Primitive. Motor Control, 8(4), 547-557. External link

2003

Plamondon, R., Feng, C., & Woch, A. (2003). A kinematic theory of rapid human movement. Part IV. A formal mathematical proof and new insights. Biological Cybernetics, 89(2), 126-138. External link

Woch, A., & Plamondon, R. (2003, November). The Problem of Movement Primitives in the Context of the Kinematic Theory [Paper]. 11th Biennial Conference of the International Graphonomics Society (IGS 2003), Scottsdale, Arizona. External link

2002

Feng, C., Woch, A., & Plamondon, R. (2002, August). A comparative study of two velocity profile models for rapid stroke analysis [Paper]. 16th International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Québec, Québec. External link

2001

Plamondon, R., Feng, C., & Woch, A. (2001). Kinematic theory of rapid human movement: part IV: a formal mathematical proof and new insights. (Technical Report n° EPM-RT-01-05). Unavailable

Woch, A., & Plamondon, R. (2001, August). New experimental confirmation of the delta-lognormal model of rapid human movements [Abstract]. 3rd International Symposium on Progress in Motor Control, Montréal, Québec. Unavailable

Woch, A., & Plamondon, R. (2001, August). Rapid movement analysis with the delta-lognormal model: towards a better understanding of movement generation [Paper]. 10th Biennial Conference of the International Graphonomics Society (IGS 2001), University of Nijmegen, Netherlands. External link

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