Rami Alkhatib
Rami Alkhatib
Assistant Professor of Mechatronics Engineering, Rafik Hariri University
Verified email at rhu.edu.lb
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Gait-ground reaction force sensors selection based on ROC curve evaluation
R Alkhatib
Journal of Computer and Communications 3 (03), 13, 2015
152015
Sensors' Ground Reaction Force behavior for both Normal and Parkinson subjects-A qualitative study
R Alkhatib, C Corbier, M El Badaoui, B Moslem, D MO
2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2015
92015
Machine learning algorithm for gait analysis and classification on early detection of parkinson
R Alkhatib, MO Diab, C Corbier, M El Badaoui
IEEE Sensors Letters 4 (6), 1-4, 2020
82020
Classification of Ground Reaction Forces Based on Non Stationary Analysis
R Alkhatib, M Diab, B Moslem, C Corbier, M ElBadaoui
Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Vision and Image …, 2015
62015
Smart Autonomous Wheelchair
R Alkhatib, A Swaidan, J Marzouk, M Sabbah, S Berjaoui, MO Diab
2019 3rd International Conference on Bio-engineering for Smart Technologies …, 2019
42019
Frequency content analysis of gait—vertical ground reaction force
H Karout, M Diab, B Moslem, R Alkhatib, C Corbier, M El Badaoui
2015 International Conference on Advances in Biomedical Engineering (ICABME …, 2015
32015
Free flowing robot for automatic pipeline leak detection using piezoelectric film sensors
S Berjaoui, R Alkhatib, A Elshiekh, M Morad, MO Diab
2015 International Mediterranean Gas and Oil Conference (MedGO), 1-3, 2015
32015
Quality assessment of robotic grasping using regularized logistic regression
R Alkhatib, W Mechlawi, R Kawtharani
IEEE Sensors Letters 4 (6), 1-4, 2020
22020
Task-specific gait analysis: faller versus non-faller comparative study
R Alkhatib, MO Diab, C Corbier, M El Badaoui
Journal of Computer and Communications 6 (1), 81-91, 2017
22017
Nonstationary Analysis of Gait-Ground Reaction Force Signals
R Alkhatib, M Diab, B Moslem, C Corbier, M ElBadaoui
20th Anual LAAS Conference, AlHadath, Lebanon, 2014
22014
Human Locomotion in Multiway Analysis
R Alkhatib, M Aboumourad, MO Diab, C Corbier, M El Badaoui
2019 3rd International Conference on Bio-engineering for Smart Technologies …, 2019
12019
Synchrosqueezing Characterize Non-Stationary Signals: Application on Gait-Vertical Ground Reaction Force
MO Diab, B Moslem, R Alkhatib, C Corbier, M El Badaoui
2016 Global Summit on Computer & Information Technology (GSCIT), 66-69, 2016
12016
Human locomotion analysis, classification and modeling of normal and pathological vertical ground reaction force signals in elderly
R Alkhatib
Université de Lyon, 2016
12016
Real-Time Pothole Detection Using Deep Learning
AA Shaghouri, R Alkhatib, S Berjaoui
arXiv preprint arXiv:2107.06356, 2021
2021
Artificial Neural Network Activation Functions in Exact Analytical Form (Heaviside, ReLU, PReLU, ELU, SELU, ELiSH)
R Alkhatib
TechRxiv. Preprint. https://doi.org/10.36227/techrxiv.15096888.v1, 2021
2021
Novel Formulation for Line of Sight Guidance and Obstacle Avoidance for Under-actuated Ships
N Khaled, R Alkhatib
WSEAS TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS 20, 1-9, 2021
2021
Artificial Neural Network Based on Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition Features for Human Gait Diagnosis and Classification
R Alkhatib, MO Diab, C Corbier, ME Badaoui
ASME 2020 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 2021
2021
Design of Robotic Manipulator to Hollow Out Zucchini
R Alkhatib, TE Bobo, A Swaidan, JA Soussi, MO Diab, N Khaled
ASME 2020 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 2021
2021
Design of Mechanism for Reducing Support Structures in Material Extrusion Additive Manufacturing
N Khaled, R Alkhatib, A l-Shaghouri, S Khatib
WSEAS Transactions on Applied and Theoretical Mechanics 15, 157-164, 2020
2020
Influence of Head Movement on Human Gait through Biomechanical Kinematic Modelling
R Alkhatib, Z Bassyouni, MO Diab, M Sabbah
2019 Fifth International Conference on Advances in Biomedical Engineering …, 2019
2019
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