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A sensor-based minimally invasive surgery tool for detecting tissutal elastic properties (003) 5323219
A Bicchi, G Canepa, D De Rossi, P Iacconi, EP Scillingo
Proceedings of IEEE international conference on robotics and automation 1á…, 1996
2301996
Detection of incipient object slippage by skin-like sensing and neural network processing
G Canepa, R Petrigliano, M Campanella, D De Rossi
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B (Cybernetics) 28á…, 1998
931998
Computing the far field scattered or radiated by objects inside layered fluid media using approximate Green’s functions
M Zampolli, A Tesei, G Canepa, OA Godin
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 123 (6), 4051-4058, 2008
582008
Optimal design of multivariate sensors
A Bicchi, G Canepa
Measurement Science and Technology 5 (4), 319, 1994
461994
Towards the realization of an artificial tactile system: fine-form discrimination by a tensorial tactile sensor array and neural inversion algorithms
A Caiti, G Canepa, D De Rossi, F Germagnoli, G Magenes, T Parisini
IEEE transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics 25 (6), 933-946, 1995
451995
Kinematic calibration by means of a triaxial accelerometer
G Canepa, JM Hollerbach, AJMA Boelen
Proceedings of the 1994 IEEE International Conference on Robotics andá…, 1994
451994
Time-evolution modeling of seafloor scatter. II. Numerical and experimental evaluation
O Bergem, E Pouliquen, G Canepa, NG Pace
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 105 (6), 3142-3150, 1999
441999
Skin-like tactile sensor arrays for contact stress field extraction
D De Rossi, G Canepa, G Magenes, F Germagnoli, A Caiti, T Parisini
Materials Science and Engineering: C 1 (1), 23-36, 1993
421993
A new algorithm for automatic processing of bathymetric data
G Canepa, O Bergem, NG Pace
IEEE Journal of oceanic engineering 28 (1), 62-77, 2003
372003
Shape from touch by a neural net
G Canepa, M Morabito, D De Rossi, A Caiti, T Parisini
Proceedings 1992 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automationá…, 1992
321992
Fine-form tactile discrimination through inversion of data from a skin-like sensor
D De Rossi, A Caiti, R Bianchi, G Canepa
Proceedings. 1991 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automationá…, 1991
291991
Seafloor segmentation from multibeam bathymetric sonar
G Canepa, NG Pace
Proceedings of the fifth European conference on underwater acoustics, Lyoná…, 2000
222000
Autonomous networked anti-submarine warfare research and development at CMRE
KD LePage, R Goldhahn, J Alves, C Strode, P Braca, G Ferri, A Munaf˛, ...
OCEANS 2015-Genova, 1-6, 2015
212015
Real-time continuous active sonar processing
G Canepa, A Munaf˛, M Micheli, L Morlando, S Murphy
OCEANS 2015-Genova, 1-6, 2015
192015
Continuous active sonars for littoral undersea surveillance
A Munaf˛, G Canepa, KD LePage
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering 44 (4), 1198-1212, 2018
182018
Inversion of geo-acoustic properties from high frequency multibeam data
G Canepa, E Pouliquen, NG Pace, P Blondel
Proceedings of boundary influences in high frequency shallow water acousticsá…, 2005
182005
Inversion of tactile data through a skin-like sensor sensitive to stress components
D De Rossi, G Canepa, A Bacci, A Caiti
[1990] Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual International Conference of theá…, 1990
181990
Small-slope simulation of acoustic backscatter from a physical model of an elastic ocean bottom
RJ Soukup, G Canepa, HJ Simpson, JE Summers, RF Gragg
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122 (5), 2551-2559, 2007
162007
Automatic object classification for low-frequency active sonar using convolutional neural networks
G De Magistris, P Stinco, JR Bates, JM Topple, G Canepa, G Ferri, ...
OCEANS 2019 MTS/IEEE SEATTLE, 1-6, 2019
132019
Slip detection by a tactile neural network
G Canepa, M Campanella, D De Rossi
Proceedings of IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots andá…, 1994
131994
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