Taiki Iimura

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We made a discovery that links with influential hypotheses that the central nervous system may produce movements by combining units of motor output. This paper introduces the key concept we call the “A-A ratio,” which is the EMG ratio of agonist-antagonist muscle pairs. The statistical analysis based on the A-A ratio specifies that (1) human(More)
The study of decomposition of body movement into motor primitives is evolving in neuroscience. Meanwhile, in robotics, the motor control of human-like musculoskeletal robots is difficult due to redundant degrees of freedom (DOF) of the robot body. The application of the concept of decomposing into units of motor function to robotics is anticipated to render(More)
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