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NIPS
1994
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Catastrophic Interference in Human Motor Learning
Biological sensorimotor systems are not static maps that transform input sensory information into output motor behavior. Evidence from many lines of research suggests that their r...
Tom Brashers-Krug, Reza Shadmehr, Emanuel Todorov
CONNECTION
2004
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Self-refreshing memory in artificial neural networks: learning temporal sequences without catastrophic forgetting
While humans forget gradually, highly distributed connectionist networks forget catastrophically: newly learned information often completely erases previously learned information. ...
Bernard Ans, Stephane Rousset, Robert M. French, S...
NIPS
1994
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Interference in Learning Internal Models of Inverse Dynamics in Humans
Experiments were performed to reveal some of the computational properties of the human motor memory system. We show that as humans practice reaching movements while interacting wi...
Reza Shadmehr, Tom Brashers-Krug, Ferdinando A. Mu...
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