Cognitive mechanism in synchronized motion: An internal predictive model for manual tracking control

Many daily tasks involve spatio-temporal coordination between two agents. Study of such coordinated actions in human-human and human-robot interaction has received increased attention of late. In this work, we use the mirror paradigm to study coupling of hand motion in a leader-follower game. The main aim of this study is to model the motion of the follower, given a particular motion of the leader. We propose a mathematical model consistent with the internal model hypothesis and the delays in the sensorimotor system. A qualitative comparison of data collected in four human dyads shows that it is possible to successfully model the motion of the follower.


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The 2014 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC2014), San Diego, USA, October 5-8, 2014
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2014
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