Wolpert, DM and Landy, MS (2012) Motor control is decision-making. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 22. pp. 996-1003. ISSN 0959-4388Full text not available from this repository.
Motor behavior may be viewed as a problem of maximizing the utility of movement outcome in the face of sensory, motor and task uncertainty. Viewed in this way, and allowing for the availability of prior knowledge in the form of a probability distribution over possible states of the world, the choice of a movement plan and strategy for motor control becomes an application of statistical decision theory. This point of view has proven successful in recent years in accounting for movement under risk, inferring the loss function used in motor tasks, and explaining motor behavior in a wide variety of circumstances.
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|Date Deposited:||04 Feb 2015 22:48|
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