I was clicking around the internet and stumbled upon this video. I’m starting to delve into motor control studies this week, and thought it rather timely. 99 more words
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As mentioned in my previous blog a common example of neural adaptation is learning.
In novel motor skill acquisition cortical neuroplastic changes are frequently associated with an advantageous change such as an increase in motor performance.
One of the standard controllers in basic control theory is the linear-quadratic regulator (LQR). There is a finite-horizon case (where you have a limited amount of time), and an infinite-horizon case (where you don’t); in this post, for simplicity, we’re only going to be dealing with the infinite-horizon case. 1,458 more words