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Is functional brain connectivity atypical in autism? A systematic review of EEG and MEG studies
C O’Reilly, JD Lewis, M Elsabbagh
PloS one 12 (5), e0175870, 2017
3772017
Montreal Archive of Sleep Studies: an open‐access resource for instrument benchmarking and exploratory research
C O'Reilly, N Gosselin, J Carrier, T Nielsen
Journal of sleep research 23 (6), 628-635, 2014
2782014
Development of a Sigma–Lognormal representation for on-line signatures
C O’Reilly, R Plamondon
Pattern recognition 42 (12), 3324-3337, 2009
2112009
Recent developments in the study of rapid human movements with the kinematic theory: Applications to handwriting and signature synthesis
R Plamondon, C O’Reilly, J Galbally, A Almaksour, É Anquetil
Pattern recognition letters 35, 225-235, 2014
1152014
The lognormal handwriter: learning, performing, and declining
R Plamondon, C O'Reilly, C Rémi, T Duval
Frontiers in psychology 4, 61704, 2013
1082013
Automatic sleep spindle detection: benchmarking with fine temporal resolution using open science tools
C O'Reilly, T Nielsen
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 353, 2015
792015
Design of a neuromuscular disorders diagnostic system using human movement analysis
C O'Reilly, R Plamondon
2012 11th international conference on information science, signal processing …, 2012
532012
Visbrain: a multi-purpose GPU-accelerated open-source suite for multimodal brain data visualization
E Combrisson, R Vallat, C O'Reilly, M Jas, A Pascarella, A Saive, T Thiery, ...
Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 13, 14, 2019
522019
Kinematic characteristics of bidirectional delta-lognormal primitives in young and older subjects
A Woch, R Plamondon, C O’Reilly
Human movement science 30 (1), 1-17, 2011
48*2011
Sleep: an open-source python software for visualization, analysis, and staging of sleep data
E Combrisson, R Vallat, JB Eichenlaub, C O'Reilly, T Lajnef, A Guillot, ...
Frontiers in neuroinformatics 11, 60, 2017
472017
REM sleep behaviour disorder is associated with lower fast and higher slow sleep spindle densities
C O'Reilly, I Godin, J Montplaisir, T Nielsen
Journal of sleep research 24 (6), 593-601, 2015
432015
Combining sigma-lognormal modeling and classical features for analyzing graphomotor performances in kindergarten children
T Duval, C Rémi, R Plamondon, J Vaillant, C O’Reilly
Human movement science 43, 183-200, 2015
432015
Overnight improvements in two REM sleep-sensitive tasks are associated with both REM and NREM sleep changes, sleep spindle features, and awakenings for dream recall
T Nielsen, C O’Reilly, M Carr, G Dumel, I Godin, E Solomonova, ...
Neurobiology of learning and memory 122, 88-97, 2015
402015
Strokes against stroke—strokes for strides
R Plamondon, C O'Reilly, C Ouellet-Plamondon
Pattern Recognition 47 (3), 929-944, 2014
402014
Impact of the principal stroke risk factors on human movements
C O’Reilly, R Plamondon
Human movement science 30 (4), 792-806, 2011
402011
Writing generation model for health care neuromuscular system investigation
D Impedovo, G Pirlo, FM Mangini, D Barbuzzi, A Rollo, A Balestrucci, ...
Computational Intelligence Methods for Bioinformatics and Biostatistics …, 2014
352014
Experimentally-constrained biophysical models of tonic and burst firing modes in thalamocortical neurons
E Iavarone, J Yi, Y Shi, BJ Zandt, C O’reilly, W Van Geit, C Rössert, ...
PLoS computational biology 15 (5), e1006753, 2019
342019
Linking brain stroke risk factors to human movement features for the development of preventive tools
C O'Reilly, R Plamondon, LH Lebrun
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 6, 150, 2014
342014
Assessing EEG sleep spindle propagation. Part 2: experimental characterization
C O’Reilly, T Nielsen
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 221, 215-227, 2014
342014
An interactive trajectory synthesizer to study outlier patterns in handwriting recognition and signature verification
M Djioua, C O'Reilly, R Plamondon
18th International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR'06) 1, 1124-1127, 2006
332006
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