Manu S Madhav
Manu S Madhav
Assistant Research Scientist, Johns Hopkins University
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Feedback control as a framework for understanding tradeoffs in biology
NJ Cowan, MM Ankarali, JP Dyhr, MS Madhav, E Roth, S Sefati, ...
American Zoologist 54 (2), 223-237, 2014
822014
Beyond the Jamming Avoidance Response: weakly electric fish respond to the envelope of social electrosensory signals
SA Stamper, MS Madhav, NJ Cowan, ES Fortune
The Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (23), 4196-4207, 2012
362012
Closed-loop stabilization of the jamming avoidance response reveals its locally unstable and globally nonlinear dynamics
MS Madhav, SA Stamper, ES Fortune, NJ Cowan
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (22), 4272-4284, 2013
292013
Recalibration of path integration in hippocampal place cells
RP Jayakumar, MS Madhav, F Savelli, HT Blair, NJ Cowan, JJ Knierim
Nature 566 (7745), 533-537, 2019
282019
Environment discrimination with vibration feedback to the foot, arm, and fingertip
N Gurari, K Smith, M Madhav, AM Okamura
2009 IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 343-348, 2009
212009
Walking dynamics are symmetric (enough)
Ankaral 횤M Mert, S Sefati, MS Madhav, A Long, AJ Bastian, NJ Cowan
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12 (108), 20150209, 2015
182015
The synergy between neuroscience and control theory: the nervous system as inspiration for hard control challenges
MS Madhav, NJ Cowan
Annual Review of Control, Robotics, and Autonomous Systems 3, 243-267, 2020
52020
High-resolution behavioral mapping of electric fishes in Amazonian habitats
MS Madhav, RP Jayakumar, A Demir, SA Stamper, ES Fortune, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-14, 2018
42018
Spooky interaction at a distance in cave and surface dwelling electric fishes
E Fortune, N Andanar, M Madhav, R Jayakumar, NJ Cowan, ME Bichuette, ...
bioRxiv, 747154, 2020
22020
Using Control Theory to Characterize Active Sensing in Weakly Electric Fishes
SA Stamper, MS Madhav, NJ Cowan, ES Fortune
Electroreception: Fundamental Insights from Comparative Approaches, 227-249, 2019
12019
Mimicry or scrutiny? Striking a partnership between engineering design and biological research
MS Madhav, RW Nickl
IEEE Potentials 34 (2), 26-32, 2015
2015
Nonlinear Processing of Sensory Interference Drives Social Behavior in Weakly Electric Fish
M Sasidharan Madhav
Johns Hopkins University, 2014
2014
NONLINEAR PROCESSING OF SENSORY INTERFERENCE DRIVES SOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH
MS Madhav
2014
Frequency tracking and spatial localization of unconstrained weakly electric fish reveal complex social interactions in natural populations
RP Jayakumar, MS Madhav, SA Stamper, ES Fortune, NJ Cowan
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 54, E291-E291, 2014
2014
Fitting low-order transfer function models to messy biological data
M Ankaralý, M Madhav, S Sefati, N Cowan
Investigation of cognitive map formation using virtual reality closed-loop control
MS Madhav, RP Jayakumar, JJ Knierim, NJ Cowan
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