Nicolas Farrugia
Nicolas Farrugia
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Musically cued gait-training improves both perceptual and motor timing in Parkinson’s disease
CE Benoit, S Dalla Bella, N Farrugia, H Obrig, S Mainka, SA Kotz
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 494, 2014
Effects of musically cued gait training in Parkinson's disease: beyond a motor benefit
SD Bella, CE Benoit, N Farrugia, M Schwartze, SA Kotz
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1337 (1), 77-85, 2015
Gait improvement via rhythmic stimulation in Parkinson’s disease is linked to rhythmic skills
S Dalla Bella, CE Benoit, N Farrugia, PE Keller, H Obrig, S Mainka, ...
Scientific Reports 7, 42005, 2017
Fast and robust face detection on a parallel optimized architecture implemented on FPGA
N Farrugia, F Mamalet, S Roux, F Yang, M Paindavoine
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology 19 (4), 597-602, 2009
BAASTA: Battery for the assessment of auditory sensorimotor and timing abilities
S Dalla Bella, N Farrugia, CE Benoit, V Begel, L Verga, E Harding, ...
Behavior research methods 49 (3), 1128-1145, 2017
Dissociation of formal and temporal predictability in early auditory evoked potentials
M Schwartze, N Farrugia, SA Kotz
Neuropsychologia 51 (2), 320-325, 2013
Tunes stuck in your brain: The frequency and affective evaluation of involuntary musical imagery correlate with cortical structure
N Farrugia, K Jakubowski, R Cusack, L Stewart
Consciousness and Cognition 35, 66-77, 2015
Evaluating graph signal processing for neuroimaging through classification and dimensionality reduction
M Ménoret, N Farrugia, B Pasdeloup, V Gripon
2017 IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP …, 2017
The speed of our mental soundtracks: Tracking the tempo of involuntary musical imagery in everyday life
K Jakubowski, N Farrugia, AR Halpern, SK Sankarpandi, L Stewart
Memory & Cognition 43 (8), 1229-1242, 2015
BAASTA: battery for the assessment of auditory sensorimotor and timing abilities
N Farrugia, CE Benoit, E Harding, S Kotz, S Dalla Bella
Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences (n 18, 9, 2012
A functional connectome phenotyping dataset including cognitive state and personality measures
N Mendes, S Oligschläger, ME Lauckner, J Golchert, JM Huntenburg, ...
Scientific data 6, 180307, 2019
Probing imagined tempo for music: Effects of motor engagement and musical experience
K Jakubowski, N Farrugia, L Stewart
Psychology of Music 44 (6), 1274-1288, 2016
Design of a real-time face detection parallel architecture using high-level synthesis
N Farrugia, F Mamalet, S Roux, F Yang, M Paindavoine
EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems 2008 (1), 938256, 2008
Multiple modular very long instruction word processors based on field programmable gate arrays
V Brost, F Yang, M Paindavoine, N Farrugia
Journal of Electronic Imaging 16 (2), 023001, 2007
Budget Restricted Incremental Learning with Pre-Trained Convolutional Neural Networks and Binary Associative Memories
G Hacene, V Gripon, N Farrugia, M Arzel, M Jezequel
Finding all matches in a database using binary neural networks
GB Hacene, V Gripon, N Farrugia, M Arzel, M Jezequel
COGNTIVE 2017, 67, 2017
Budget restricted incremental learning with pre-trained convolutional neural networks and binary associative memories
GB Hacene, V Gripon, N Farrugia, M Arzel, M Jezequel
Journal of Signal Processing Systems 91 (9), 1063-1073, 2019
Born to speak and sing: Musical predictors of language development in pre-schoolers
N Politimou, S Dalla Bella, N Farrugia, F Franco
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 948, 2019
Expectations induced by natural-like temporal fluctuations are independent of attention decrement: Evidence from behavior and early visual evoked potentials
G Derosiere, N Farrugia, S Perrey, T Ward, K Torre
NeuroImage 104, 278-286, 2015
Quantized Guided Pruning for Efficient Hardware Implementations of Convolutional Neural Networks
GB Hacene, V Gripon, M Arzel, N Farrugia, Y Bengio
arXiv preprint arXiv:1812.11337, 2018
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