Samer Mohammed
Samer Mohammed
Professor at UPEC
Verified email at u-pec.fr
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Physical human activity recognition using wearable sensors
F Attal, S Mohammed, M Dedabrishvili, F Chamroukhi, L Oukhellou, ...
Sensors 15 (12), 31314-31338, 2015
5812015
Lower limb wearable robots for assistance and rehabilitation: A state of the art
W Huo, S Mohammed, JC Moreno, Y Amirat
IEEE systems Journal 10 (3), 1068-1081, 2014
2942014
An unsupervised approach for automatic activity recognition based on hidden Markov model regression
D Trabelsi, S Mohammed, F Chamroukhi, L Oukhellou, Y Amirat
IEEE Transactions on automation science and engineering 10 (3), 829-835, 2013
1722013
Control of upper-limb power-assist exoskeleton using a human-robot interface based on motion intention recognition
J Huang, W Huo, W Xu, S Mohammed, Y Amirat
IEEE transactions on automation science and engineering 12 (4), 1257-1270, 2015
1302015
Ubiquitous robotics: Recent challenges and future trends
A Chibani, Y Amirat, S Mohammed, E Matson, N Hagita, M Barreto
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 61 (11), 1162-1172, 2013
1082013
Lower-limb movement assistance through wearable robots: State of the art and challenges
S Mohammed, Y Amirat, H Rifai
Advanced Robotics 26 (1-2), 1-22, 2012
1002012
Joint segmentation of multivariate time series with hidden process regression for human activity recognition
F Chamroukhi, S Mohammed, D Trabelsi, L Oukhellou, Y Amirat
Neurocomputing 120, 633-644, 2013
842013
Nonlinear disturbance observer based sliding mode control of a human-driven knee joint orthosis
S Mohammed, W Huo, J Huang, H Rifaï, Y Amirat
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 75, 41-49, 2016
722016
A generalized control framework of assistive controllers and its application to lower limb exoskeletons
S Oh, E Baek, S Song, S Mohammed, D Jeon, K Kong
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 73, 68-77, 2015
612015
Towards intelligent lower limb wearable robots: Challenges and perspectives-State of the art
S Mohammed, Y Amirat
2008 IEEE international conference on robotics and biomimetics, 312-317, 2009
552009
Recognition of gait cycle phases using wearable sensors
S Mohammed, A Same, L Oukhellou, K Kong, W Huo, Y Amirat
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 75, 50-59, 2016
522016
Toward lower limbs functional rehabilitation through a knee-joint exoskeleton
H Rifaï, S Mohammed, K Djouani, Y Amirat
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology 25 (2), 712-719, 2016
512016
Real-time emg driven lower limb actuated orthosis for assistance as needed movement strategy
W Hassani, S Mohammed, Y Amirat
RSS 2013, http://roboticsproceedings. org/rss09/p54. pdf, 2013
502013
A brief synthesis of QoS-QoE methodologies
H Rifaï, S Mohammed, A Mellouk
2011 10th International Symposium on Programming and Systems, 32-38, 2011
482011
Powered orthosis for lower limb movements assistance and rehabilitation
W Hassani, S Mohammed, H Rifaï, Y Amirat
Control Engineering Practice 26, 245-253, 2014
472014
Posture estimation and human support using wearable sensors and walking-aid robot
J Huang, W Xu, S Mohammed, Z Shu
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 73, 24-43, 2015
462015
Active impedance control of a lower limb exoskeleton to assist sit-to-stand movement
W Huo, S Mohammed, Y Amirat, K Kong
2016 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 3530-3536, 2016
452016
Data-driven based approach to aid Parkinson’s disease diagnosis
N Khoury, F Attal, Y Amirat, L Oukhellou, S Mohammed
Sensors 19 (2), 242, 2019
412019
Fast gait mode detection and assistive torque control of an exoskeletal robotic orthosis for walking assistance
W Huo, S Mohammed, Y Amirat, K Kong
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 34 (4), 1035-1052, 2018
382018
Adaptive control of a human-driven knee joint orthosis
H Rifai, S Mohammed, B Daachi, Y Amirat
2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2486-2491, 2012
382012
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