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The prerequisites for one-jint motor control theories

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 February 2010

S. V. Adamovich
Affiliation:
Institute of Information Transmission Problems, Academy of Sciences, Moscow 101447, USSR
A. G. Feldman
Affiliation:
Institute of Information Transmission Problems, Academy of Sciences, Moscow 101447, USSR

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