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Ma B., Zimmermann T., Rode M., He F., Winkelbach S., Lindenmaier W., Dittmar K..  2007.  Use of Autostitch for automatic stitching of microscope images. Micron. 38:492–499.
Ma B., Winkelbach S., Lindenmaier W., Dittmar K..  2006.  Six-color Fluorescence Imaging of Lymphoid Tissue Based on Color Addition Theory. Acta Histochemica. 108:243–257.
Ma B., He F., Jablonska J., Winkelbach S., Lindenmaier W., Zeng A., Dittmar K..  2007.  Six-colour segmentation of multi-colour images in the infection studies of Listeria monocytogenes. Microscopy Research and Technique. 70:171–178.
Maaß J., Molkenstruck S., Thomas U., Raatz A., Hesselbach J., Wahl F..  2008.  Definiton and Execution of a Generic Assembly Programming Paradigm. Assembly Automation Journal. 36:61–68.
Malekzadeh M, Queißer J, Steil JJ.  2019.  Multi-level control architecture for Bionic Handling Assistant robot augmented by learning from demonstration for apple-picking. Advanced Robotics. :1-17.
Malekzadeh M, Queißer J, Steil JJ.  2017.  Imitation learning for a continuum trunk robot. Proceedings of the 25. European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Malekzadeh M.S, Calinon S., Bruno D., Caldwell D.G.  2014.  A Skill Transfer Approach for Continuum Robots - Imitation of Octopus Reaching Motion with the STIFF-FLOP Robot. AAAI Symposium on Knowledge, Skill, and Behavior Transfer in Autonomous Robots.
Malekzadeh MS, Calinon S, Bruno D, Caldwell DG.  2014.  Learning by Imitation with the STIFF-FLOP Surgical Robot: A Biomimetic Approach Inspired by Octopus Movements.
Malekzadeh M, Queißer J, Steil JJ.  2015.  Learning from demonstration for Bionic Handling Assistant robot.
Malekzadeh M, Queißer J, Steil JJ.  2016.  Learning the end-effector pose from demonstration for the Bionic Handling Assistant robot.
Malekzadeh MS, Bruno D, Calinon S, Nanayakkara T, Caldwell DG.  2013.  Skills transfer across dissimilar robots by learning context-dependent rewards. IEEE/RSJ Intl Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS).
Manzeschke A, Steil JJ.  In Press.  Roboter bewegen – Roboter (er-)leben. In Gransche, Bellon, Nähr Hrsg.: Technik sozialisieren? .
McGuire PC, Fritsch J, Ritter H, Steil JJ, Röthling F, Fink GA, Wachsmuth S, Sagerer G.  2002.  Multi-Modal Human-Machine Communication for Instructing Robot Grasping Tasks. Proc. Int. Conf. Intelligent Robotis and Systems. :1082–1089.
Meyer-Veit F, Rayyes R, Gerstner AOH, Steil JJ.  2022.  Hyperspectral Endoscopy using Deep Learning for Laryngeal Cancer Segmentation. ICANN.
Meyer-Veit F, Rayyes R, Gerstner A, Steil JJ.  2022.  Hyperspectral Wavelength Analysis with U-Net for Larynx Cancer Detection. ESANN.
Mohammadi P, Kubus D, Steil JJ.  2019.  Exploiting Environment Contacts of Serial Manipulators. ICRA, 4991 - 4997.
Mohammadi P, Hoffmann EMingo, Dehio N, Malekzadeh M, Giese M, Tsagarakis N, Steil JJ.  2020.  Compliant Humanoids Moving Toward Rehabilitation Applications: Transparent Integration of Real-Time Control, Whole-Body Motion Generation, and Virtual Reality. ICRA - RAM paper presentation .
Mohammadi P, Hoffmann EMingo, Muratore L, Tsgarakis N, Steil JJ.  2019.  Reactive Walking Based on Upper-Body Manipulability: An application to Intention Detection and Reaction. ICRA.

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