Internal models and spatial orientation

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (3):410-410 (2004)
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Aspects of “emulation theory” have been seminal to our understanding of spatial orientation for more than 50 years. Sometimes called internal models, existing implementations include both traditional observers and optimal observers (Kalman filters). This theoretical approach has been quite successful in helping understand and explain spatial orientation – successful enough that experiments have been guided by model predictions.



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