Sensation and emulation of coordinated actions

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (3):419-420 (2004)

Abstract
Although the application of the emulation model to the control of simple positioning movements is relatively straightforward, extending the scheme to actions requiring multisegmental, interlimb coordination complicates matters a bit. Special consideration of the demands in this case, both on sensory processing and on the process model (two key elements of the Kalman filter), are discussed.
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