• Computer Science
  • Published in IJCAI 2007

A Primitive Based Generative Model to Infer Timing Information in Unpartitioned Handwriting Data

@inproceedings{Williams2007APB,
  title={A Primitive Based Generative Model to Infer Timing Information in Unpartitioned Handwriting Data},
  author={Ben H. Williams and Marc Toussaint and Amos J. Storkey},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={2007}
}
Biological movement control and planning is based upon motor primitives. In our approach, we presume that each motor primitive takes responsibility for controlling a small sub-block of motion, containing coherent muscle activation outputs. A central timing controller cues these subroutines of movement, creating complete movement strategies that are built up by overlaying primitives, thus creating synergies of muscle activation. This partitioning allows the movement to be defined by a sparse… CONTINUE READING

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