Computational approaches to sensorimotor transformations

@article{Pouget2000ComputationalAT,
  title={Computational approaches to sensorimotor transformations},
  author={Alexandre Pouget and Lawrence H. Snyder},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={3 Suppl 1},
  pages={1192-1198}
}
Behaviors such as sensing an object and then moving your eyes or your hand toward it require that sensory information be used to help generate a motor command, a process known as a sensorimotor transformation. Here we review models of sensorimotor transformations that use a flexible intermediate representation that relies on basis functions. The use of basis functions as an intermediate is borrowed from the theory of nonlinear function approximation. We show that this approach provides a… CONTINUE READING
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