Modeling Variability and Dependence in Timing

  title={Modeling Variability and Dependence in Timing},
  author={Dirk Vorberg and Alan Wing},
Many actions involve sequences of movements whose elements must not only be in the correct order, but whose relative timing is also a crucial component to successful attainment of the goal. As illustration of this point, consider the simulation of handwriting described by Vredenbregt and Koster (1971) and shown in Figure 4.1. Two orthogonally mounted sets of opposed pairs of electric motors were used to move a pen across paper. One pair of motors produced movements in the horizontal direction… CONTINUE READING
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