Oscillator mechanisms in the human motor system: investigating their properties using the aftercontraction effect.

Abstract

It is proposed that the human motor system is organized to use hardware and/or software non-linear oscillator mechanisms, the output of these oscillators being responsible for driving the limbs via signals to muscle groups. Following earlier theoretical development, it is argued that these muscle groupings act as a unit and themselves are likely to behave… (More)

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