skill science

skill science

Bernstein, a Russian physiologist in 20th century, aka, the father of biomechanics, reported that skilled blacksmith correctly hit a target place by the hammer, however, variance was observed in hand trajectory every trial. From this finding he discussed that (1) our nervous system pays attention to some specific points to perform a given task and (2) the ability to solve a given task by multiple ways, in other words, by utilizing the synergy among the abundant DOFs, is a typical characteristics of the intelligence that the living bodies show.