Vestibular apparatus, Symmetry groups, Modality (Logic), Causation, Sensorimotor integration
Intrinsic dynamics of the central vestibular system (CVS) appear to be at least partly determined by the symmetries of its connections. The CVS contributes to whole-body functions such as upright balance and maintenance of gaze direction. These functions coordinate disparate senses (visual, inertial, somatosensory, auditory) and body movements (leg, trunk, head/neck, eye). They are also unified by geometric conditions. Symmetry groups have been found to structure experimentally-recorded pathways of the central vestibular system. When related to geometric conditions in three-dimensional physical space, these symmetry groups make sense as a logical foundation for sensorimotor coordination.
McCollum, Gin and Hanes, Douglas, "Symmetries of the Central Vestibular System: Forming Movements for Gravity and a Three-Dimensional World" (2010). Mathematics and Statistics Faculty Publications and Presentations. 188.