|Multiple learning problems are solved by sensory-motor systems
Parallel processing of movement and error signals
Saccadic learning using visual error signals: Self-motion vs. world-motion and cerebellar dynamics
Comparing target position with present position: Neural vectors
Adaptive linearization of the muscle plant
Spatial maps of motor patterns
Saccade generator and saccade reset
|Chapter 8.||Postural stability and length-tension regulation
Saccadic rhythm and predictive movement sequences
Formation of an invariant target position map
Visually reactive multimodal, intentional, and predictive movements: A synthesis
Are there universal principles of sensory-motor control?
Neural dynamics of planned arm movements: Emergent invariants and speed-accuracy properties during trajectory formation
A comparative analysis of neural mechanisms, recent data, and alternative models.