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A neurocomputational model of spinal circuitry for controlling the execution of arm voluntary movements

Abstract : We present a model of the spinal cord in controlling one degree-of-freedom arm movements. The model includes both neural and musculoskeletal functions in an integrated framework. The model has been implemented by an artificial neural network coupled with a computational model of muscle publicly available. The experimental results show that the model is able to regulate the position of the arm and to mediate reflex actions by integrating commands from CNS and signals from proprioceptors.
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Antonio Parziale, Jacopo Festa, Angelo Marcelli. A neurocomputational model of spinal circuitry for controlling the execution of arm voluntary movements. 17th Biennial Conference of the International Graphonomics Society, International Graphonomics Society (IGS); Université des Antilles (UA), Jun 2015, Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe. ⟨hal-01165882⟩

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