Decomposition of Internal Models in Motor Learning under Mixed Dynamic Environments

Abstract

In daily life, we utilize many kinds of tools to achieve various tasks. The tool connects the body with the environment. In order to realize the task quickly, smoothly or efficiently, it is required to adjust the kinematic and dynamic relations among the body, tool and environment according to the task. Recent studies have shown that humans can acquire a… (More)

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@article{Ito2006DecompositionOI, title={Decomposition of Internal Models in Motor Learning under Mixed Dynamic Environments}, author={K. Ito and Ten Imai and Naoki Tomi and T. Kondo}, journal={2006 SICE-ICASE International Joint Conference}, year={2006}, pages={5067-5072} }