Modelling, Measurement and Control

Series C. Chemistry, Geology, Environment and Bioengineering

ISSN: 1259-5977

 

Editors: Christian Berger Vachon

Publication Fequency: 1 volume per year

Modelling, Measurement and Control (Series C) publishes original research papers on all aspects of Chemistry, Geology, Environment and Bioengineering. We do not publish papers concerned solely with XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, although manuscripts using such XXXXXXXXXX to address important XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX questions may be considered. Studies of XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are accepted, as well as studies of XXXXXXXXXX, providing they focus on the XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

We aim to bring important work using any modelling approach (including XXXXXXXXXXXX) to a wide international audience and therefore only publish papers with strong and ecological messages that advance our understanding of XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX principles. The research presented must transcend the limits of case studies. Both experimental and theoretical studies are accepted, as are descriptive or historical accounts, although these must offer insights into issues of general interest to business.

Topics in this journal are: General Mathematics, Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition, Automatic Control (theory and applications), Computer Science and Statistics, General Physics and Electrical Applications, Mechanics and Thermics, Chemistry, Geology, Environment and Bioengineering, Production Engineering and Management, Organization, Human and Social Problems.

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Volume 78 / Issue 1 / 2017

Volume 77 / Issue 2 / 2016 (Special Handicap)

COMM' HANDI : for a different communication Pag.
Patrick Abellard, Karine Bartalucci, Alexandre Abellard (France)
Resources and cognitive accessibility: definitions, typologies and model Pag.
F. Arab (France)
Introducing a fun Karaoke workshop within a therapeutic education program: Clinical findings in Parkinsonian persons Pag.
Baldayrou E, Rouge M, Merelle S, Merelle G, Devevey A (France)
Modelling seated postural stability for complete spine cord injury Pag.
* M. Blandeau, * T. M. Guerra, * P. Pudlo, * F. Gabrielli, ** V. Estrada-Manzo (France)
Evaluation and optimization of a communication aid in patients with disabilities: methodological presentation Pag.
Marie-Laure Bocca, Marie-Laure Machado, Anne-Sophie Letousey, Laure-Marine Houel, Fausto Viader, Elisabeth Groussard, Carine Bourre, Axelle Baillet, Florence Lemenager, Regine Richard, Georges Lamy au Rousseau, Stéphane Besnard (France)
Developing a culture of digital accessibility in the academic context – a guide to good practices Pag.
Dominique Archambault, Marie Carpio, Fabienne Corre (France)
Feasibility study of hand motion analysis by the leap motion sensor Pag.
Justine Coton, Julien Veytizou, Guillaume Thomann, François Villeneuve (France)
Cochlear implants : influence of the coding strategy on syllable recognition in noise Pag.
P.A. Cucis, C. Berger-Vachon, E. Truy, H. Thai Van, F. Millioz, S. Gallego (France)
Human and technological means to assist travellers with disabilities: interactions and needs Pag.
V. Destin, C. Guérin, P. Soulivong, G. Uzan (France)
Guiding wheelchairs by active optical profilometry, for persons with multiple disabilities Pag.
Clément Favey, Jose Villanueva, Aziz Zogaghi, Liam Jordan, Eric Dessailly, Yacine Bellik, René Farcy(France)
Impact of spatial hindrance on sit-to-stand and exit strategies of low mobility passengers Pag.
F Gabrielli, C Molenaar, M Blandeau, P Pudlo (France)
Adding a technological device to my birth body limb agenesis, between normality and disability in France Pag.
Maxime Derian, Véra Savvaki, Édouard Kleinpeter, Véronique Donzeau-Gouge, Cristina Lindenmeyer (France)
Hand Use during the lift phase of parallel sitting transfers of two spinal cord injured subjects Pag.
C. Molenaar, F. Gabrielli, M. Blandeau, P. Pudlo (France)
Non-Visual selection for word lists Pag.
Philippe Roussille (France)
The Roberta IRONSIDE project: a cognitive and physical robot coach for dependent persons Pag.
H. Sensen, G. Chollet, C. Glackin, K. Jokinen, A. Badii, M. Torres, D. Petrovska-Delacretaz, J. Boudy, S. Schlögl (France)
Danse-doigts, a fine motor game Pag.
Jean-Ferdy Susini1, Olivier Pons, Nolwenn Guedin, Catherine Thevenot (France)
QualiTHravail®: a national observatory on health and quality of work life for employees with disabilities Pag.
Fabien Valet, Valérie Tran, Stéphanie Galvan , Bertrand Hardy, Antoine Dezalay (France)

Volume 77 / Issue 1 / 2016

Volume 76 / Issue 1 / 2015

Volume 75 / Issue 2 / 2014

The evaluations of the assistive Robot SAM with elderly and handicapped people Pag. 1
Ghezala, M.W.B; Lebec, O.; Leroux, C.; Devillers, L.; Fattal, C.; Laffont, I.; Leynaert , V.; Mezouar, Y. (France)
The European test of olfactory capabilities (ETOC): sensitivity to pathologies, age, culture and gender Pag. 13
Joussain, P.; Rouby, C.; Bessy M.; Bensafi, M. (France)
Assessment of physiological parameters by non-contact means to quantify mental stress states Pag. 19
Bousefsaf, F.; Maaoui, C.; Pruski, A. (France)
COSTaM: tool design for a controlled tactile stimulation Pag. 31
Bueno, M.A.; Crest, M.; Monteil, G.; Berthier, Y.; Lemaire-Semail, B.; Massi, F.; Vinter, A.; Aimonetti, J.M.; Carpentier, L.; Cornuault, P.H.; Giraud, F.; Camillieri, B.; RibotCiscar, E.; Witt, A.; Gentaz, E.; Mith, S. (France / Italy)
A new approach for automatic transformation of pedagogic images into tactile images Pag. 43
Chen, Y.; Haddad, Z.; Lopez, J. (France)
Mobile robot set localization for assisting people at home Pag. 55
Colle, E.; Galerne, S.; Jubert M. (France)
Retinal implants: improvements based on micro-nano technologies and optimization toward localized stimulation Pag. 70
Cottance, M.; Degardin, J.; Hébert, C.; Matonti, F.; Mora, T.; Lissorgues, G.; Rousseau, L.; Marre, O.; Bergonzo, P.; Picaud, S. (France)
SSVEP-based BCIs: study of classifier stability over time and effects of human learning on classification accuracy Pag. 84
Duprès, A.; Cabestaing, F.; Rouillard, J. (France)
Video enrichment for sensory impaired people: design issues and pilot studies on perception Pag. 95
Ollagnier-Beldame, M.; Encelle, B.; Prié, Y. (France)
Evaluation of a prototype of a multimodal interface to work with mathematics. Pag. 106
Fajardo-Flores, S.; Archambault, D. (France)
Smart artificial urinary sphincter: preserving organs and patient’s quality of life. Pag. 119
Hached, S.; Garon, A.; Loutochin, O.; Corcos, J.; Sawan, M. (Canada)
Anxiety recognition using relevant features from BVP signal: application on phobic individuals. Pag. 131
Handouzi, W.; Maaoui, C.; Pruski, A.; Moussaoui, A. (France)
Towards Pro-Active Involvement with Assistive Technologies. Pag. 142
Leclerq, S.; Thevenon, A. (France)
Compensating for presbycusis-related disability: how to optimize the care of hearingimpaired elderly patients? Pag. 154
Leusie, S.; Perrot, X.; Aubel, D.; Vergnon L. (France)
Wegoto: a smartphone application to assess the accessibility of roads and public spaces for people with disabilities – a proof of concept study. Pag. 165
Mourcou, Q.; Fleury, A.; Franco, C.; Vuillerme, N. (France)
Powered wheelchair simulator: application to people with multiple sclerosis. Pag. 177
Morère, Y.; Fritsch, C.; Remy, S.; Maertens de Noordhout, B.; Bourhis, G. (France)
Design of technologies for the support of disabled persons: representations from carers and assisted individuals with regard to the use of technologies. Pag. 190
Sajous, P.; Niyonsaba, E.; Leclercq-Delapierre, D.; Ragot, N. (France)
Influence of microphone encrusting on the efficiency of cochlear implants preliminary study with a simulation of cis and “n-of-m” strategies. Pag. 199
Perreaut, K.; Gallego, S.; Berger-Vachon, C.; Millioz, F. (France)
A development platform for the demonstrator generation for research on AAC. Pag. 209
Pino, P.; Naves, E.; Bourhis, G.; Martin, B.; Pecci, I. (France / Brasil)
Digital technologies for students with disabilities. When the experimental method meets the social world. Pag. 222
Popescu, C.; Vlad, P.; Muratet, M. (France)
Decoding social situations in adolescents with asperger through a serious game. Pag. 234
Sehaba, K.; Serna, A. (France)

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