Modeling constraints to redundancy in bimanual force coordination.

  title={Modeling constraints to redundancy in bimanual force coordination.},
  author={Xiaogang Hu and Karl M. Newell},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={105 5},
This study investigated the interactive influence of organismic, environmental, and task constraints on the organization of redundant force coordination patterns and the hypothesis that each of the three categories of constraints is weighted based on their relative influence on coordination patterns and the realization of the task goal. In the bimanual isometric force experiment, the task constraint was manipulated via different coefficients imposed on the finger forces such that the weighted… CONTINUE READING

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