A vector-integration-to-endpoint model for performance of viapoint movements

@article{Bullock1999AVM,
  title={A vector-integration-to-endpoint model for performance of viapoint movements},
  author={Daniel Bullock and Raoul M. Bongers and Marnix Lankhorst and Peter J. Beek},
  journal={Neural networks : the official journal of the International Neural Network Society},
  year={1999},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={1-29}
}
Viapoint (VP) movements are movements to a desired point that are constrained to pass through an intermediate point. Studies have shown that VP movements possess properties, such as smooth curvature around the VP, that are not explicable by treating VP movements as strict concatenations of simpler point-to-point (PTP) movements. Such properties have led some theorists to propose whole-trajectory optimization models, which imply that the entire trajectory is precomputed before movement… CONTINUE READING
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