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30 September 2020
Hyper-Adaptability for Overcoming Body-Brain Dysfunction
Publication in Vol. 35, Issue 13 (July 2021)
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 30 September 2020
With coming of a super-aging society, we are facing the urgent problems of sensory-motor impairments caused by aging and brain disorders. In order to overcome this body-brain dysfunction, “hyper-adaptability”, where human brains manages impairment by new computational principle of adaptation, plays an important role. It is important to elucidate the neural and computational principles of hyper-adaptability by linking neuroscience with systems engineering in order to understand acute impairments and the principle of frailty.
This special issue will focus on adaptation mechanism used in animals and robots and application of such mechanism for rehabilitation of motor impaired patients. In particular, authors who perform collaborative research in brain science, rehabilitation medicine and engineering are encouraged to submit their work. Papers on all aspects of adaptive intelligence and neuroscience are welcome.
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