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“Through this cooperation of the cerebrum and the cerebellum, the robot can conduct multiple tasks simultaneously with a much shorter latency and lower power consumption,” write the researchers.
The movement of the smallest part of the body appears to have its definite localized center in the cerebrum.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
Repetition had stencilled his name and his photograph upon the public cerebrum.
His ears could not hear, nor could his flesh feel, but his whole form or cerebrum sensed he held the woman he loved in his arms.
He had passed through the median section of the hemispheres and had reached the point just below the cerebrum.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
The Cerebral gets his name from the cerebrum or thinking part of the brain, because this is the system most highly evolved in him.
HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT
It is the first of these vesicles, the cerebrum, that afterwards becomes the chemical laboratory of the mind.
THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
In the lower craniota (fishes and amphibia) the cerebrum remains very small and simple.
THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
The upper brain—the cerebrum—is the instrument of our thoughts—our reason.
These are three in number, named the cerebrum, the cerebellum, and the brain stem.
PHYSIOLOGYERNEST G. MARTIN

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