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Prof. Shreya Saxena, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida

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Towards the neural population doctrine, Performance Limitations in Sensorimotor Control: Trade-Offs Between Neural Computation and Accuracy in Tracking Fast Movements, and Motor cortex activity across movement speeds is predicted by network-level strategies for generating muscle activity
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Towards the neural population doctrine, Performance Limitations in Sensorimotor Control: Trade-Offs Between Neural Computation and Accuracy in Tracking Fast Movements, and Motor cortex activity across movement speeds is predicted by network-level strategies for generating muscle activity
Prof. Shreya Saxena is as an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida. Her research focuses on the interface of statistical inference, recurrent neural networks, control theory, and neuroscience.

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