Application of the minimum jerk model to formation of the trajectory of the centre of mass during multijoint limb movements.


Smoothness of movement is an inherent characteristic of the motor repertoire of primates. According to the minimum hand jerk model, a major feature of motor coordination in two-joint upper limb movements by humans in the horizontal plane is the production of the smoothest possible movement of the end effector, the hand ('hand version'). In the present study… (More)


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