Self-Organizing Neural Networks for Spatial Planning and Flexible Arm Movement Control
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This talk will survey recent results concerning how the brain self-organizes its planning and control of flexible arm movements to accomplish spatially defined tasks at variable speeds and forces with a redundant arm that may be confronted with obstacles. Recent work from our group on this topic includes the following four themes.
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