Franklin, DW and Milner, TE and Kawato, M (2007) Single trial learning of external dynamics: What can the brain teach us about learning mechanisms? In: UNSPECIFIED UNSPECIFIED, pp. 67-70.Full text not available from this repository.
Humans have exceptional abilities to learn new skills, manipulate tools and objects, and interact with our environment. In order to be successful at these tasks, our brain has developed learning mechanisms to deal with and compensate for the constantly changing dynamics of the world. If this mechanism or mechanisms can be understood from a computational point of view, then they can also be used to drive the adaptability and learning of robots. In this paper, we will present a new technique for examining changes in the feedforward motor command due to adaptation. This technique can then be utilized for examining motor adaptation in humans and determining a computational algorithm which explains motor learning. © 2007.
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