Ben Wolf
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Performance of neural networks for localizing moving objects with an artificial lateral line
LH Boulogne, BJ Wolf, MA Wiering, SM van Netten
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 12 (5), 056009, 2017
262017
Bio-inspired all-optical artificial neuromast for 2D flow sensing
BJ Wolf, JAS Morton, WBN MacPherson, SM van Netten
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 13 (2), 026013, 2018
242018
Recurrent neural networks for hydrodynamic imaging using a 2D-sensitive artificial lateral line
BJ Wolf, S Warmelink, SM van Netten
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 14 (5), 055001, 2019
62019
Hydrodynamic Imaging using an all-optical 2D Artificial Lateral Line
BJ Wolf, SM van Netten
2019 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS), 1-6, 2019
62019
Training submerged source detection for a 2D fluid flow sensor array with extreme learning machines
BJ Wolf, SM van Netten
Eleventh International Conference on Machine Vision (ICMV 2018) 11041, 1104126, 2019
42019
Shape classification using hydrodynamic detection via a sparse large-scale 2D-sensitive artificial lateral line
BJ Wolf, P Pirih, M Kruusmaa, SM van Netten
IEEE Access 8, 11393-11404, 2020
22020
Three-dimensional multi-source localization of underwater objects using convolutional neural networks for artificial lateral lines
BJ Wolf, J van de Wolfshaar, SM van Netten
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 17 (162), 20190616, 2020
12020
Biophysics of the Lateral Line and Applications
BJ Wolf, SM van Netten
Elsevier, 2020
2020
Hydrodynamic Imaging with Artificial Intelligence: detecting Submerged Objects at a Distance Using a 2D-sensitive Flow Sensor Array and Neural Networks
BJ Wolf
University of Groningen, 2020
2020
Designing, Modeling and Testing a 2D Flow Sensor Biolocially Inspired by the Lateral Line Neuromast in Fish
BJ Wolf
Faculty of Science and Engineering, 2016
2016
Modeling Human Core Affect Evaluation of Soundscape Quality with Physical Properties
BJ Wolf
Faculty of Science and Engineering, 2013
2013
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