Computational motor control: redundancy and invariance.

@article{Guigon2007ComputationalMC,
  title={Computational motor control: redundancy and invariance.},
  author={Emmanuel Guigon and Pierre Baraduc and Michel Desmurget},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={97 1},
  pages={331-47}
}
The nervous system controls the behavior of complex kinematically redundant biomechanical systems. How it computes appropriate commands to generate movements is unknown. Here we propose a model based on the assumption that the nervous system: 1) processes static (e.g., gravitational) and dynamic (e.g., inertial) forces separately; 2) calculates appropriate dynamic controls to master the dynamic forces and progress toward the goal according to principles of optimal feedback control; 3) uses the… CONTINUE READING