MARCS Monday Meeting (MMM) (Room 3.G.55 - Building 3)
Institute Director's Report and presentation by Dr Bronson Harry
Topic: Tutorial and Simulations with ADAM: an adaptation and anticipation model of sensorimotor synchronization
Speaker: Dr Bronson Harry
Abstract: Interpersonal coordination of movements often involves precise synchronization of action timing, particularly in expert domains such as ensemble music performance. According to the adaptation and anticipation model (ADAM) of sensorimotor synchronization, precise yet flexible interpersonal coordination is supported by reactive error correction mechanisms and anticipatory mechanisms that exploit systematic patterns in stimulus timing to plan future actions.
Here, we provide a tutorial introduction to the computational architecture of ADAM and present a series of single- and dual-virtual agent simulations that examine the model parameters that produce ideal synchronization performance in different tempo conditions.
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The zoom ID is: 627 146 998. Link to zoom https://uws.zoom.us/j/627146998