Abdenaceur Abdouni
Abdenaceur Abdouni
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Biophysical properties of the human finger for touch comprehension: influences of ageing and gender
A Abdouni, M Djaghloul, C Thieulin, R Vargiolu, C Pailler-Mattei, ...
Royal Society Open Science 4 (8), 170321, 2017
62017
Impact of finger biophysical properties on touch gestures and tactile perception: Aging and gender effects
A Abdouni, R Vargiolu, H Zahouani
Scientific reports 8 (1), 12605, 2018
22018
Wear of the stratum corneum resulting from repeated friction with tissues
C Thieulin, C Pailler-Mattéi, M Djaghloul, A Abdouni, R Vargiolu, ...
Wear 376, 259-265, 2017
22017
Static and active tactile perception and touch anisotropy: aging and gender effect
A Abdouni, G Moreau, R Vargiolu, H Zahouani
Scientific reports 8 (1), 14240, 2018
12018
Development of 2D+ T tracking algorithm in ultrasound images for radiotherapy
A Abdouni, B Presles, M Fargier-Voiron, S Rit, D Sarrut
2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2015
12015
Laser Doppler Vibrometry and FEM Simulations of Ultrasonic Mid-Air Haptics
J Chilles, W Frier, A Abdouni, M Giordano, O Georgiou
2019 IEEE World Haptics Conference (WHC), 259-264, 2019
2019
Wave propagation as a marker of structural and topographic properties of human skin
M Djaghloul, A Abdouni, C Thieulin, H Zahouani
Surface Topography: Metrology and Properties 6 (2), 024008, 2018
2018
Cartographie de la perception tactile des textures tridimensionnelles par un doigt artificiel instrumenté
A Abdouni
Lyon, 2018
2018
Dynamic viscoelastic properties of human skin using impact solicitation and ultrasonic echography monitoring
M Djaghloul, S Tupin, A Abdouni, H Zahouani
Transactions of Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering 55 …, 2017
2017
Propriétés biophysiques du doigt humain et perception tactile: effets de l’âge et du genre.
A ABDOUNI, C THIEULIN, M DJAGHLOUL, R VARGIOLU, H ZAHOUANI
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