Joost Venrooij
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A method to measure the relationship between biodynamic feedthrough and neuromuscular admittance
J Venrooij, DA Abbink, M Mulder, MM van Paassen, M Mulder
Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B: Cybernetics, IEEE Transactions on 41 …, 2011
272011
Biodynamic feedthrough is task dependent
J Venrooij, DA Abbink, M Mulder, MM van Paassen, M Mulder
Systems Man and Cybernetics (SMC), 2010 IEEE International Conference on …, 2010
262010
Comparison between filter-and optimization-based motion cueing algorithms for driving simulation
D Cleij, J Venrooij, P Pretto, M Katliar, HH Bülthoff, D Steffen, ...
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 61, 53-68, 2019
182019
Impact of pilots' biodynamic feedthrough on rotorcraft by robust stability
G Quaranta, P Masarati, J Venrooij
Journal of Sound and Vibration 332 (20), 4948-4962, 2013
172013
Measuring biodynamic feedthrough in helicopters
J Venrooij, D Yilmaz, MD Pavel, G Quaranta, M Jump, M Mulder
37th European Rotorcraft Forum (ERF 2011), 2011
162011
Continuous subjective rating of perceived motion incongruence during driving simulation
D Cleij, J Venrooij, P Pretto, DM Pool, M Mulder, HH Bülthoff
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 48 (1), 17-29, 2017
132017
A practical biodynamic feedthrough model for helicopters
J Venrooij, MD Pavel, M Mulder, FCT van der Helm, HH Bülthoff
CEAS Aeronautical Journal 4 (4), 421-432, 2013
132013
A practical biodynamic feedthrough model for helicopters
J Venrooij, MD Pavel, M Mulder, FCT van der Helm, HH Bülthoff
38th European Rotorcraft Forum (ERF 2012), 2012
132012
A New View on Biodynamic Feedthrough Analysis: Unifying the Effects on Forces and Positions
J Venrooij, M Mulder, DA Abbink, MM van Paassen, FCT van der Helm, ...
IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics 43 (1), 129 - 142, 2012
122012
Multi-loop pilot behavior identification in response to simultaneous visual and haptic stimuli
M Olivari, F Nieuwenhuizen, J Venrooij, H B ülthoff, L Pollini
AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference, 4795, 2012
122012
Robust stability analysis: a tool to assess the impact of biodynamic feedthrough on rotorcraft
G Quaranta, P Masarati, J Venrooij
American Helicopter Society 68th Annual Forum, Fort Worth, Texas, 2012
122012
Continuous rating of perceived visual-inertial motion incoherence during driving simulation
D Cleij, J Venrooij, P Pretto, DM Pool, M Mulder, HH Bülthoff
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, 2015
112015
A Biodynamic Feedthrough Model Based on Neuromuscular Principles
J Venrooij, DA Abbink, M Mulder, MM van Paassen, M Mulder, ...
IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics, 1-1, 2013
112013
Evaluation of haptic support system for training purposes in a tracking task
G D'Intino, M Olivari, S Geluardi, J Venrooij, M Innocenti, HH Bülthoff, ...
2016 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC …, 2016
10*2016
Comparison between filter-and optimization-based motion cueing in the Daimler Driving Simulator
J Venrooij, D Cleij, M Katliar, P Pretto, HH Bülthoff, D Steffen, ...
Driving Simulation Conference, 2016
102016
Perception-based motion cueing: validation in driving simulation
J Venrooij, P Pretto, M Katliar, SAE Nooij, A Nesti, M Lächele, ...
Proc. Driving Simul. Conf, 153-161, 2015
102015
Mathematical Biodynamic Feedthrough Model Applied to Rotorcraft
J Venrooij, M Mulder, DA Abbink, MM van Paassen, M Mulder, ...
IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics, 1-1, 2013
102013
Perception-Based motion cueing: A cybernetics approach to motion simulation
P Pretto, J Venrooij, A Nesti, HH Bülthoff
Recent Progress in Brain and Cognitive Engineering, 131-152, 2015
82015
Biodynamic pilot modelling for aeroelastics A/RPC
P Masarati, G Quaranta, L Zaichik, Y Yashin, P Desyatnik, MD Pavel, ...
82013
Relating biodynamic feedthrough to neuromuscular admittance
J Venrooij, M Mulder, MM van Paassen, DA Abbink, M Mulder
Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 2009. SMC 2009. IEEE International Conference …, 2009
82009
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