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Adaptive Variability in Skilled Human Movements
Transactions of the Japanese society for artificial intelligence
keywords: human, motor skill, motor control and learning, variability, brain, dynamical systems approach Summary Human movements are produced in variable external/internal environments. Because of this variability, the same motor command can result in quite different movement patterns. Therefore, to produce skilled movements humans must coordinate the variability, not try to exclude it. In addition, because human movements are produced in redundant and complex systems, a combination ofdoi:10.1527/tjsai.23.151 fatcat:axgbsk37ebbcnkrsn7uzje2bga