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Guillaume Rao
03-26-2003, 10:33 PM
Dear all,

I'm currently a master thesis student working on an inverse dynamic problem.
Some assumptions of this method (rigid segments, constant mass, homogeneous density distribution around segment principal axis) seem hazardous ...

In fact, my main objective is to quantify errors due to these assumptions ...

Has anyone ever work on this subject (error quantification) and can help me ?


On the other hand, I found many references to following article :

A mathematical model for the computational determination of parameter values of anthropometric segments .
H. Hatze (1980)
J. Biomechanics 13, 833, 843
It seems to be very interesting with no assumption of symmetry and density fluctuation allowed.
Unfortunatly, I was not able to locate this paper.

Does anyone own a copy and could send it me a copy ?


I will post a summary of response

Thanks

Guillaume Rao

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