End-point constraints in aiming movements: effects of approach angle and speed

@article{Breteler2001EndpointCI,
  title={End-point constraints in aiming movements: effects of approach angle and speed},
  author={Mary D. Klein Breteler and Stan C. A. M. Gielen and Ruud G. J. Meulenbroek},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2001},
  volume={85},
  pages={65-75}
}
 The present study focuses on two trajectory-formation models of point-to-point aiming movements, viz., the minimum-jerk and the minimum torque-change model. To date, few studies on minimum-jerk and minimum torque-change trajectories have incorporated self- or externally imposed end-point constraints, such as the direction and velocity with which a target area is approached. To investigate which model accounts best for the effects on movement trajectories of such – in many circumstances… CONTINUE READING

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