This book concentrates on the regularity in how the brain perceives the world, the regularity in how the brain reacts to sensory stimuli, and most crucially, the regularity in how the brain controls the movements. It first introduces this regularity and then tries to make sense of it using theory—in particular, theory of the kind that relies on mathematics. It also reports mathematical concepts that relate to the formation of internal models in movement control and perception. In a way, this book is about mathematical models of brain models.
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