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Beyond muscles stiffness: importance of state-estimation to account for very fast motor corrections.

Bibliographic reference Crevecoeur, Frédéric ; Scott, Stephen H. Beyond muscles stiffness: importance of state-estimation to account for very fast motor corrections.. In: PLoS Computational Biology, Vol. 10, no.10, p. e1003869 (2014)
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