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Raziel Riemer
12-21-2003, 04:49 AM
I am searching for papers that quantify the error in the calculated
joint torque value obtained using inverse dynamic, due to errors in the
inputs parameters mass, acceleration, angle, etc.

I have found the flowing related papers (see at the bottom) which deal
with some of the cause for the error in calculations, and wanted to know
if any of you is aware of other papers that maybe helpful.
Thank Very much

Raziel Riemer
PhD Candidate
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Eng.

Phone : (217)244-0763 FAX : (217)244-6534


McCaw T.S. DeVita P. Errors in alignment of the center of pressure and
foot coordinates affect predicted lower extremity torques. J.
Biomechanics Vol 28,pp985, 1995.

Hatza H. The fundamental problem of myoskeletal inverse dynamics and its
implications J. Biomechanics Vol 35,pp109, 2002.

Kuo D.A. A Least-Squares estimation approach to improving the precision
of the inverse dynamics computations Journal of Biomechanics
engineering. vol 120 pp148 1998.

For Static

Erig and Chaffin. Three-Dimensional biomechanical Static strength
prediction model sensitivity to postural and anthropometric
inaccuracies. IIE transactions Vol 23 #3 pp215 1991

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