Using software AnimatLab we developed a 5-segment cat hindlimb model with 12 Hill-type muscle actuators controlled by (1) a half-center CPG activating flexor and extensor muscles (two-joint muscles received both flexion- and extension-related signals) and (2) proprioceptive input originated from the muscle spindle and Golgi tendon organ afferents.
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