Computational ideas developed within the control theory have limited relevance to control processes in living systems

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (3):409-409 (2004)
Exclusively focused on data that are consistent with the proposed ideas, the target article misses an opportunity to review data that are inconsistent with them. Weaknesses of the emulation theory become especially evident when one tries to incorporate physiologically realistic muscle and reflex mechanisms into it. In particular, it fails to resolve the basic posture-movement controversy.
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