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Predictive simulation of reaching moving targets using nonlinear model predictive control
N Mehrabi, R Sharif Razavian, B Ghannadi, J McPhee
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 10, 143, 2017
452017
A model-based approach to predict muscle synergies using optimization: application to feedback control
R Sharif Razavian, N Mehrabi, J McPhee
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 9, 121, 2015
412015
Feedback control of functional electrical stimulation for 2-D arm reaching movements
RS Razavian, B Ghannadi, N Mehrabi, M Charlet, J McPhee
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 26 (10 …, 2018
392018
On real-time optimal control of a series Hybrid Electric Vehicle with an ultra-capacitor
R Razavian, NL Azad, J McPhee
2012 American Control Conference (ACC), 547-552, 2012
362012
Nonlinear model predictive control of an upper extremity rehabilitation robot using a two-dimensional human-robot interaction model
B Ghannadi, N Mehrabi, RS Razavian, J McPhee
2017 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2017
282017
A Physics-Based Musculoskeletal Driver Model to Study Steering Tasks
N Mehrabi, RS Razavian, J McPhee
Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics MARCH 10, 021012-1, 2015
242015
Biomechanics imaging and analysis
RS Razavian, S Greenberg, J McPhee
Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering, 488-500, 2019
232019
Simulation of Stand-to-Sit Biomechanics for Robotic Exoskeletons and Prostheses with Energy Regeneration
B Laschowski, RS Razavian, J McPhee
IEEE Transactions on Medical Robotics and Bionics, 2021
212021
Steering disturbance rejection using a physics-based neuromusculoskeletal driver model
N Mehrabi, R Sharif Razavian, J McPhee
Vehicle System Dynamics 53 (10), 1393-1415, 2015
212015
A neuronal model of central pattern generator to account for natural motion variation
RS Razavian, N Mehrabi, J McPhee
Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics 11 (2), 021007, 2016
172016
Design and evaluation of a real–time fuel–optimal control system for series hybrid electric vehicles
RS Razavian, A Taghavipour, NL Azad, J McPhee
International Journal of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles 4 (3), 260-288, 2012
162012
A battery hardware–in–the–loop setup for concurrent design and evaluation of real–time optimal HEV power management controllers
RS Razavian, NL Azad, J McPhee
International Journal of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles 5 (3), 177-194, 2013
132013
A Three-Dimensional Musculoskeletal Driver Model to Study Steering Tasks
N Mehrabi, R Sharif Razavian, J McPhee
9th International Conference on Multibody Systems, Nonlinear Dynamics, and …, 2013
122013
A synergy-based motor control framework for the fast feedback control of musculoskeletal systems
RS Razavian, B Ghannadi, J McPhee
Journal of biomechanical engineering 141 (3), 031009, 2019
112019
Upper extremity rehabilitation robots: A survey
B Ghannadi, RS Razavian, J McPhee
Handbook of Biomechatronics, 319, 2018
112018
Estimation of Maximum Finger Tapping Frequency Using Musculoskeletal Dynamic Simulations
MS Shourijeh, RS Razavian, J McPhee
Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics 12 (5), 051009, 2017
112017
On the relationship between muscle synergies and redundant degrees of freedom in musculoskeletal systems
R Sharif Razavian, B Ghannadi, J McPhee
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 13, 23, 2019
92019
A modified homotopy optimization for parameter identification in dynamic systems with backlash discontinuity
B Ghannadi, R Sharif Razavian, J McPhee
Nonlinear Dynamics 95 (1), 57-72, 2019
92019
Configuration-Dependent Optimal Impedance Control of an Upper Extremity Stroke Rehabilitation Manipulandum
B Ghannadi, R Sharif Razavian, J McPhee
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 5, 124, 2018
92018
Minimization of Muscle Fatigue as the Criterion to Solve Muscle Forces-Sharing Problem
RS Razavian, J McPhee
ASME 2015 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, V001T15A001-V001T15A001, 2015
92015
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