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Haschke R, Steil JJ.  2004.  Input Space Bifurcation Manifolds of RNNs. Proc. European Symposium Artificial Neural Networks. :13–19.
Haschke R, Steil JJ.  2005.  Input Space Bifurcation Manifolds of Recurrent Neural Networks. Neurocomputing. 64:25–38.
Caluwaerts K, Steil JJ.  2015.  Independent Joint Learning in Practice: Local Error Estimates to Improve Inverse Dynamics Control. :643–650.
Denecke A, Wersing H, Steil JJ, Körner E.  2009.  Incremental Figure-Ground Segmentation using localized adaptive metrics in LVQ. International Workshop on Self-Organizing Maps (WSOM). :45–53.
Queißer J, Reinhart F, Steil JJ.  2016.  Incremental Bootstrapping of Parameterized Motor Skills. Proc. IEEE Humanoids.
Shareef Z, Mohammadi P, Steil JJ.  2016.  Improving the Inverse Dynamics Model of the KUKA LWR IV+ using Independent Joint Learning. Proceedings 7th IFAC Symposium on Mechatronic Systems. :507––512.
Schrauwen B, Wardermann M, Verstraeten D, Steil JJ, Stroobandt D.  2008.  Improving reservoirs using intrinsic plasticity. Neurocomputing. 71:1159–1171.
Gopinathan S, Mohammadi P, Steil JJ.  2018.  Improved Human-Robot Interaction: A manipulability based approach. ICRA 2018 Workshop on Ergonomic Physical Human-Robot Collaboration.
Dehio N, Smith J, Wigand D, Mohammadi P, Mistry M, Steil JJ.  2021.  Impedance-based Physical Human-Multi-Robot Collaboration. International Journal of Robotics Research.
Aswolinskiy W, Reinhart F, Steil JJ.  2015.  Impact of Regularization on the Model Space for Time Series Classification. New Challenges in Neural Computation (NC2). :49–56.
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.
Gienger M, Muehlig M, Steil JJ.  2010.  Imitating object movement skills with robots — A task-level approach exploiting generalization and invariance. The IEEE/RSJ 2010 International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems : Conference Proceedings. :1262–1269.

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