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The experience of willing an act arises from interpreting one's thought as the cause of the act. Conscious will is thus experienced as a function of the priority, consistency, and exclusivity of the thought about the action. The thought must occur before the action, be consistent with the action, and not be accompanied by other causes. An experiment(More)
S l MMARY \'hen applied to rapidly moving objects with complex t r a rectories. the information-rate limitation imposed by video-camera frame rates impairs the effectiveness of structured-light techniques in real-time robot servoing. To improve the performance of such systems. the use of fa.[ infra-red proximity detectors to augment vis dance in the final(More)
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