System identification applied to a visuomotor task: near-optimal human performance in a noisy changing task.

@article{Baddeley2003SystemIA,
  title={System identification applied to a visuomotor task: near-optimal human performance in a noisy changing task.},
  author={Roland J. Baddeley and Helen A Ingram and R. Chris Miall},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={23 7},
  pages={3066-75}
}
Sensory-motor integration has frequently been studied using a single-step change in a control variable such as prismatic lens angle and has revealed human visuomotor adaptation to often be partial and inefficient. We propose that the changes occurring in everyday life are better represented as the accumulation of many smaller perturbations contaminated by measurement noise. We have therefore tested human performance to random walk variations in the visual feedback of hand movements during a… CONTINUE READING
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