A small set of principal components can efficiently describe human arm movement

Bockemühl T, Dürr V (2004)
In: Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol. po 228-po 228.

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COMPONENTS; control; Human; JOINT; limb; model; motion capture; MOTOR; Motor control; movement; MOVEMENTS; PATTERNS; POSITION; Posture; Principal Component; shoulder; small; system; TASK; TIME; COMPONENT; Arm; MECHANISMS; MECHANISM; joint angles; analysis; catching; behavior; Algorithm; Arm movement
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2004
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Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol.
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po 228-po 228
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1681252

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Bockemühl T, Dürr V. A small set of principal components can efficiently describe human arm movement. In: Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol. 2004: po 228-po 228.
Bockemühl, T., & Dürr, V. (2004). A small set of principal components can efficiently describe human arm movement. Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol., po 228-po 228.
Bockemühl, T., and Dürr, V. (2004). “A small set of principal components can efficiently describe human arm movement” in Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol. po 228-po 228.
Bockemühl, T., & Dürr, V., 2004. A small set of principal components can efficiently describe human arm movement. In Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol. pp. po 228-po 228.
T. Bockemühl and V. Dürr, “A small set of principal components can efficiently describe human arm movement”, Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol., 2004, pp.po 228-po 228.
Bockemühl, T., Dürr, V.: A small set of principal components can efficiently describe human arm movement. Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol. p. po 228-po 228. (2004).
Bockemühl, Till, and Dürr, Volker. “A small set of principal components can efficiently describe human arm movement”. Proc.7th Congr.Int.Soc.Neuroethol. 2004. po 228-po 228.

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