Estimation of the Body Segment Inertial Parameters for the Rigid Body Biomechanical Models Used in Motion Analysis. In: Müller B., Wolf S. (eds) Handbook of Human Motion.

Résumé : Body segment inertial parameters (BSIPs) of the human body are key parameters in biomechanics to study the dynamics of human motion. BSIPs can be obtained in different ways including direct measurements on cadavers or photogrammetry and medical imaging on living humans, but they are more generally estimated by regression equations (based on those measurements).
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Raphaël Dumas, Janis Wojtusch. Estimation of the Body Segment Inertial Parameters for the Rigid Body Biomechanical Models Used in Motion Analysis. In: Müller B., Wolf S. (eds) Handbook of Human Motion.. Estimation of the Body Segment Inertial Parameters for the Rigid Body Biomechanical Models Used in Motion Analysis. In: Müller B., Wolf S. (eds) Handbook of Human Motion., Springer International Publishing, pp. 47-77, 2018, 978-3-319-30808-1. ⟨hal-02266177⟩

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