Giancarlo Ferrigno
Giancarlo Ferrigno
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, NearLab, DEIB, Politecnico di Milano
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A digital dedicated hardware system for movement analysis via real-time TV signal processing
G Ferrigno, A Pedotti
IEEE Trans Biomedical Engineering 32 (11), 943-949, 1985
Chest wall and lung volume estimation by optical reflectance motion analysis
SJ Cala, CM Kenyon, G Ferrigno, P Carnevali, A Aliverti, A Pedotti, ...
Journal of applied physiology 81 (6), 2680-2689, 1996
Human respiratory muscle actions and control during exercise
A Aliverti, SJ Cala, R Duranti, G Ferrigno, CM Kenyon, A Pedotti, G Scano, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 83 (4), 1256-1269, 1997
Markerless motion capture through visual hull, articulated icp and subject specific model generation
S Corazza, L Mündermann, E Gambaretto, G Ferrigno, TP Andriacchi
International journal of computer vision 87 (1), 156-169, 2010
Technique for the evaluation of derivatives from noisy biomechanical displacement data using a model-based bandwidth-selection procedure
M D'amico, G Ferrigno
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 28 (5), 407-415, 1990
Three-dimensional optical analysis of chest wall motion
G Ferrigno, P Carnevali, A Aliverti, F Molteni, G Beulcke, A Pedotti
Journal of Applied Physiology 77 (3), 1224-1231, 1994
Haptics in robot-assisted surgery: Challenges and benefits
N Enayati, E De Momi, G Ferrigno
IEEE reviews in biomedical engineering 9, 49-65, 2016
Cycling induced by electrical stimulation improves motor recovery in postacute hemiparetic patients: a randomized controlled trial
E Ambrosini, S Ferrante, A Pedrocchi, G Ferrigno, F Molteni
Stroke 42 (4), 1068-1073, 2011
Cycling induced by functional electrical stimulation improves the muscular strength and the motor control of individuals with post-acute stroke
S Ferrante, A Pedrocchi, G Ferrigno, F Molteni
Eur J Phys Rehabil Med 44 (2), 159-67, 2008
MUNDUS project: MUltimodal Neuroprosthesis for daily Upper limb Support
A Pedrocchi, S Ferrante, E Ambrosini, M Gandolla, C Casellato, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 10 (1), 1-20, 2013
Comparison between the more recent techniques for smoothing and derivative assessment in biomechanics
M D'Amico, G Ferrigno
Medical and Biological engineering and computing 30 (2), 193-204, 1992
Validation of FreeSurfer-estimated brain cortical thickness: comparison with histologic measurements
F Cardinale, G Chinnici, M Bramerio, R Mai, I Sartori, M Cossu, GL Russo, ...
Neuroinformatics 12 (4), 535-542, 2014
Pattern recognition in 3D automatic human motion analysis
G Ferrigno, NA Borghese, A Pedotti
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 45 (4), 227-246, 1990
Improved human–robot collaborative control of redundant robot for teleoperated minimally invasive surgery
H Su, C Yang, G Ferrigno, E De Momi
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 4 (2), 1447-1453, 2019
Autoscan: A flexible and portable 3D scanner
NA Borghese, G Ferrigno, G Baroni, A Pedotti, S Ferrari, R Savare
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 18 (3), 38-41, 1998
The influence of neuronal density and maturation on network activity of hippocampal cell cultures: a methodological study
E Biffi, G Regalia, A Menegon, G Ferrigno, A Pedrocchi
Plos one 8 (12), e83899, 2013
Changes in spatial scale in drawing and handwriting: kinematic contributions by proximal and distal joints
F Lacquaniti, G Ferrigno, A Pedotti, JF Soechting, C Terzuolo
Journal of Neuroscience 7 (3), 819-828, 1987
Finger kinematic modeling and real-time hand motion estimation
P Cerveri, E De Momi, N Lopomo, G Baud-Bovy, RML Barros, G Ferrigno
Annals of biomedical engineering 35 (11), 1989-2002, 2007
An algorithm for 3-D automatic movement detection by means of standard TV cameras
NA Borghese, G Ferrigno
IEEE Transactions on biomedical engineering 37 (12), 1221-1225, 1990
Derivation of centers and axes of rotation for wrist and fingers in a hand kinematic model: methods and reliability results
P Cerveri, N Lopomo, A Pedotti, G Ferrigno
Annals of biomedical Engineering 33 (3), 402-412, 2005
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