View Full Version : Re: Quaternions vs. Euler angles

Alexander Aruin
04-24-2001, 05:35 AM
Dear Colleagues,

Let me remind you that various angular conventions used in biomechanics are
extensively discussed in the book “Kinematics of Human Motion” by V.
Zatsiorsky. This book was published by Human Kinetics in 1997.

In particular, Section 1.2.6 of the book discusses advantages and
disadvantages of various angular conventions.


Alex Aruin
Alexander Aruin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy and Bioengineering (UIC),
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Rush Medical College)
Director of the Knecht Movement Science Laboratory
Department of Physical Therapy (M/C 898)
University of Illinois at Chicago
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