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Karklinsky M, Flash T. The 2/3 power law originates in the motor plan. In: Computational motor Control workshop 9. Computational motor Control workshop 9. Beer-sheva, Isreal.; 2013.
Karklinsky M, Flash T. The 2/3 power law originates in the motor plan: a motor imagery study. In: Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2013.
D K, Karklinsky M, Flash T, Shmuelof L. The building blocks of curved trajectories: studying the effect of shortened preparation time on movement planning and execution. In: ISFN. ISFN. Eilat, Israel; 2013.
Lemme A, Meirovitch Y, Flash T, Steil JJ. Co-articulation of straight lines with an Artificial Neural Network. In: NCM 22nd Annual Meeting. NCM 22nd Annual Meeting. Venice; 2012.
Harris H, Meirovitch Y, Dayan E, Arieli A, Flash T. Event-related desynchronization during motion observation reflects kinematic regularities. In: Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2014.
Meirovitch Y, Bennequin D, Flash T. Movement decomposition and compositionality based on geometric and kinematic principles. In: Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2014.
Kohen D, Karklinsky M, Meirovitch Y, Flash T, Shmuelof L. Shortening preparation time for curved trajectories reveals an ongoing control of movement segments. In: Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2014.
Journal Article
Dayan E, Sella I, Mukovskiy A, Douek Y, Giese MA, Malach R, Flash T. The Default Mode Network Differentiates Biological From Non-Biological Motion. Cerebral Cortex [Internet]. 2014 . Available from: http://cercor.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2014/09/12/cercor.bhu199.abstract
Barliya A, Omlor L, Giese MA, Berthoz A, Flash T. Expression of emotion in the kinematics of locomotion. Experimental Brain Research [Internet]. 2013 ;225:159–176. Available from: http://www.compsens.uni-tuebingen.de/joomla/administrator/components/com_jresearch/files/publications/Barliya2012.pdf
Flash T, Meirovitch Y, Barliya A. Models of human movement: Trajectory planning and inverse kinematics studies. Robotics and Autonomous Systems [Internet]. 2013 ;61:330-339. Available from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921889012001741#
Lemme A, Meirovitch Y, Khansari-Zadeh SMohammad, Flash T, Billard A, Steil JJ. Open-source benchmarking for learned reaching motion generation in robotics. Paladyn J. Behavioral Robotics [Internet]. 2015 ;6(1):30-41. Available from: http://www.degruyter.com/dg/viewarticle.fullcontentlink:pdfeventlink/$002fj$002fpjbr.2015.6.issue-1$002fpjbr-2015-0002$002fpjbr-2015-0002.pdf?format=INT\&t:ac=j$002fpjbr.2015.6.issue-1$002fpjbr-2015-0002$002fpjbr-2015-0002.xml
N. Harpaz K, Flash T, I. Dinstein journal= Neuron. Scale-Invariant Movement Encoding in the Human Motor System. Neuron. 2014 ;18:452-462.
Endres DM, Meirovitch Y, Flash T, Giese MA. Segmenting sign language into motor primitives with Bayesian binning. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience [Internet]. 2013 ;7. Available from: http://www.frontiersin.org/computational_neuroscience/10.3389/fncom.2013.00068/abstract

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