Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):260-261 (1997)
AbstractThe sequence-in/sequence-out cerebellar machinery is considered from the computational point of view. We outline a learning framework which discriminates short-term from long-term learning and is able to explain single-trial adaptation to unexpected loads
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