Enrico Rossoni and Jianfeng Feng
Abstract: In a noisy system such as the nervous system, can movements be precisely controlled as experimentally demonstrated in ? We point out that the existing theory of motor control  fails to provide viable solutions. However, by adopting a generalized approach to non- convex optimization based on Young measures theory , we demonstrate that a precise moment control is possible even with stochastic control signals.
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