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Tutor Spotter : Proposing a Feature Set and Evaluating It in a Robotic System
From learning by observation, robotic research has moved towards investigations of learning by interaction. This research is inspired by findings from developmental studies on human children and primates pointing to the ...
An evaluation of the potential of linear and nonlinear skin permeation models for the prediction of experimentally measured percutaneous drug absorption
Objectives: The developments in combinatorial chemistry have led to a rapid increase in drug design and discovery and, ultimately, the production of many potential molecules that require evaluation. Hence, there has been ...
A Study to understand lead-lag performance of Subject vs Rehabilitation System
(ACM Press, 2012-03-08)
Robotic assistance in stroke rehabilitation is rapidly advancing based on the recent developments in robotics, haptic interfaces and virtual reality. GENTLE/S is a rehabilitation system that utilizes haptic and virtual ...
Dynamics and feedback loops in the transforming growth factor β signaling pathway
Transforming growth factor β (TGF-β) ligands activate a signaling cascade with multiple cell context dependent outcomes. Disruption or disturbance leads to variant clinical disorders. To develop strategies for disease ...
A knowledge-based diagnostic clinical decision support system for musculoskeletal disorders of the shoulder for use in a primary care setting
Background Twenty percent of cases seen by primary care clinicians (general practitioners; GPs) are musculoskeletal in nature, and approximately one-quarter of these are shoulder complaints. GPs are increasingly overloaded ...
Usability and affordances for teaching and learning in Second Life
(IGI Global, 2012)
This chapter presents a summary of research undertaken at the University of Hertfordshire into the usability and affordances of three-dimensional (3D) virtual environments (VE) used in teaching and learning. Our earlier ...