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Neural Manifolds for the Control of Movement

AuthorsGallego, Juan Álvaro ; Perich, Matthew G.; Miller, Lee E.; Solla, Sara A.
KeywordsNeural dynamics
Control of Movement
Neural manifolds
Issue Date7-Jun-2017
CitationGallego, J. A., Perich, M. G., Miller, L. E., & Solla, S. A. (2017). Neural Manifolds for the Control of Movement. Neuron, 94(5), 978-984.
AbstractThe analysis of neural dynamics in several brain cortices has consistently uncovered low-dimensional manifolds that capture a significant fraction of neural variability. These neural manifolds are spanned by specific patterns of correlated neural activity, the “neural modes.” We discuss a model for neural control of movement in which the time-dependent activation of these neural modes is the generator of motor behavior. This manifold-based view of motor cortex may lead to a better understanding of how the brain controls movement.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2017.05.025
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