One human capability that seems to have received little attention from researchers in human computation so far is our ability to understand and manipulate the complex dynamics of physical movement. This research investigates the use of human motor learning as a mechanism for exploration and problem solving for nonlinear dynamical systems. This paper illustrates the approach with an example from the study of sustainable economic growth.
|Title of host publication||AAAI Conference on Human Computation 2014|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
|Event||AAAI Conference on Human Computation - Pittsburgh|
Duration: 02 Nov 2014 → 04 Nov 2014
|Conference||AAAI Conference on Human Computation|
|Period||02/11/14 → 04/11/14|