Motor Control
Motor control refers to information processing related activities carried out by the central nervous system that organize the musculoskeletal system to create coordinated movements and skilled actions. Thus the study of motor control involves studying perception and cognition, feedback processes, and biomechanics, to name a few. The name also refers to a field within neuroscience that analyzes how people, animals and their nervous system controls movement. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motor_control; Wise & Shadmehr, Encyclopedia of the Human Brain, 2002)
Craig Corcoran Ph.D. Student ccor [at] cs utexas edu
Leif Johnson Ph.D. Student leif [at] cs utexas edu
A modular reinforcement learning model for human visuomotor behavior in a driving task 2011
Brian Sullivan, Leif Johnson, Dana Ballard and Mary Hayhoe, Proceedings of the AISB 2011 Symposium on Architectures for Active Vision. (2011), pp. 33-40.