Drawing ellipses in water: evidence for dynamic constraints in the relation between velocity and path curvature

Catavitello G, Ivanenko YP, Lacquaniti F, Viviani P (2016)
Exp Brain Res.

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Catavitello G, Ivanenko YP, Lacquaniti F, Viviani P. Drawing ellipses in water: evidence for dynamic constraints in the relation between velocity and path curvature. Exp Brain Res. 2016.
Catavitello, G., Ivanenko, Y. P., Lacquaniti, F., & Viviani, P. (2016). Drawing ellipses in water: evidence for dynamic constraints in the relation between velocity and path curvature. Exp Brain Res. doi:10.1007/s00221-016-4569-9
Catavitello, G., Ivanenko, Y. P., Lacquaniti, F., and Viviani, P. (2016). Drawing ellipses in water: evidence for dynamic constraints in the relation between velocity and path curvature. Exp Brain Res.
Catavitello, G., et al., 2016. Drawing ellipses in water: evidence for dynamic constraints in the relation between velocity and path curvature. Exp Brain Res.
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Catavitello, G., Ivanenko, Y.P., Lacquaniti, F., Viviani, P.: Drawing ellipses in water: evidence for dynamic constraints in the relation between velocity and path curvature. Exp Brain Res. (2016).
Catavitello, Giovanna, Ivanenko, Yuri P., Lacquaniti, Francesco, and Viviani, Paolo. “Drawing ellipses in water: evidence for dynamic constraints in the relation between velocity and path curvature”. Exp Brain Res (2016).
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