J1) Models for Biological Motor Control: Optimality Principles, Difficulty 2, Advisor: Gerhard Neumann

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  2. Gustavo Arechavaleta, Jean-Paul Laumond, Halim Hicheur, and Alain Berthoz. An optimality principle governing human walking. IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 24(1):514, 2008.
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J2) Models for Biological Motor Control: Modularity, Difficulty 2, Advisor: Gerhard Neumann

  1. E. Bizzi, K. Cheung, A. d'Avella, P. Saltiel and M. Tresch (2008), Combining modules for movement, Brain Research Reviews

  

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