Hardbound, 634 Pages
Published: March 1997
- Part I Cortical maps of sensorimotor spaces (V. Sanguineti et al.). Field computation in motor control (B. MacLennan). A probability interpretation of neural population coding for movement (T. Sanger). Computational models of sensorimotor integration (Z. Ghahramani et al.). How relevant are subcortical maps for the cortical machinery? An hypothesis based on parametric study of extra-relay afferents to primary sensory areas (D. Minciacchi, A. Granato). Part II.Artificial force-field based methods in robotics (T. Tsuji et al.). Learning Newtownian mechanics (F.A. Mussa Ivaldi, E. Bizzi). Motor intelligence in a simple distributed control system: walking machines and stick insects (H. Cruse, J. Dean). The dynamic neural field theory of motor programming: arm and eye movements (G. Schöner et al.). Network models in motor control and music (A. Camurri). Part III. Human arm impedance in multi-joint movement (T. Tsuji). Neural Models for flexible control of redundant systems (F.H. Guenthner, D. Micci Barreca). Models of motor adaptation and impedance control in human arm movements (T. Flash, I. Gurevich). Control of human arm and jaw motion: issues related to musculo-skeletal geometry (P.L. Gribble et al.). Computational maps and target fields for reaching movements (V. Sanguineti, P. Morasso). From cortical maps to the control of muscles (P. Morasso, V. Sanguineti). Learning to speak: speech production and sensori-motor representations (G. Bailly, et al.). Author Index. Subject Index.