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Emanuele Secco
09-10-2000, 08:40 PM
To
BiomechL-members

I'm a phd student and I'm working on human finger movement simulation:
Using a simple finger model (3 rods, 3 hinges) I've move the finger
following two different principles:
1) the minimum angular displacement
2) the minimum cartesian jerk on the fingertip position
I've noted different results on angular dispositions during movement.

>From a physiologic point of view (on your experiences) which is the
hypothesis that grant a more natural movement (and natural movement
means also long life of muscles?): no. 1 or no. 2? Please on your
answer consider your experience and not literature tendency

Thanks for your attention and possible answer,

Emanuele Lindo
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Secco Emanuele Lindo
Dip. Informatica e Sistemistica
UniversitÓ di Pavia
Via Ferrata, 1 - 27100 Pavia - Italia
cell. +39 (0)347 98.21.21.1
tel. +39 (0)382 50.53.52
fax. +39 (0)382 50.53.73

Emanuele@bioing.unipv.it

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