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mespinosa20
10-13-1996, 11:55 PM
On Fri Oct 04 08:00:23 1996 I wrote:
Dear all,
Does anyone have some references regarding
to the Inverse Dynamics approach?
If someone does,
would she or he share them (the references)
with me?
Thank you!!
M. en C. Matilde Espinosa-Sanchez

I include in this message the answers I have got.
Thank you very much to all who helped.

Mat.

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1- From: Princeps25@aol.com
You might start with the book: "Occupational Biomechanics", by Chaffin and
Anderson, published in the USA by John Wiley & Sons. It has a chapter that
discusses inverse dynamics in pretty good detail.
John Hahn

2- From: Sadeghi Heydar
Dear Espinosa
Hi,
I am going to give you just one reference. I think it is one of the exclusive,
easy and complete reference that concern inverse dynamic approach. However
there is some other refrences that if you wanted to know about them just let
me know.
Christopher L. Vaughan., and et al. Dynamics of human gait. Human Kinetic
Publishers. Champaign, Illinois. 1992! (I am sorry, actually I am in doubt
for the year of publication but it has to be around 1991, 1992.)
Good luck Heydar Sadeghi

3- From: dwight@ht.com (Dwight Meglan)
You'll find a full body gait package with source code at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
under /pub/gaitlab that has references in the source code to a number of
inverse dynamics papers.
Dwight Meglan, PhD | Developers of complete surgery simulation
Engineering Director | training systems and surgery simulation
HT Medical, Inc. | creation software tools
6001 Montrose Rd., Suite 902 |
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4-From: Antaki@pittsurg.nb.upmc.edu
Dear Dr. Espinosa-Sanchez,
This may or may not help:
Inverse Problems in te mechanics of Materials: An Introduction. H.D. Bui,
CRC Press, 1993.
I have a feeling that you are looking for something else, but if you need
further info on the above, feel free to contact me.
Yours Sincerely,
James F. Antaki, PhD
University of Pittsburgh
Artificial Heart and Lung Program
300 Technology Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

5-From: Jan Thunnissen
Dear Espinosa,
References to the inverse dynamics method applied to human gait:
H. Koopman (1989): The three dimensional analysis and prediction of human
walking. Ph.D. Thesis University of Twente, the Netherlands.
J. Thunnissen (1993): Muscle Force Prediction During Human Gait. Ph.D.
Thesis University of Twente, the Netherlands.
A standard reference:
J. Wittenburg (1977): Dynamics of Systems of Rigid Bodies. Teuber Verlag,
Stuttgart, Germany.
Best regards, Jan
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6-From: Robert Riener
Dear Matilde:
In one of the next issues of the Journal of Neuroscience Methods there will
be presented a paper that might be interesting for you:
"Inverse Dynamics as a Tool for Motion Analysis: Arm Tracking Movements in
Cerebellar Patients" Robert Riener and Andreas Straube
In this paper you will also find further references to this topic.
Bye,
Robert

7-From: "Shane Preston"
Subject: Re: Inverse Dynamics
Dear Sir,
Your posting on Biomch-l regarding Inverse Dynamics references is a very
interesting one. It is a very good question and one that I would be very
interested in seeing the responses to your question, if you do not post the
replies to Biomch-l.
Now, for my two bobs worth, I do not have any references that directly relate
to inverse dynamics, but I have some references where inverse dynamics is
mentioned within the scope of a paper or chapter, as in the below references.
I have only included a paper and a book as an example of how the techniques
is dealt with. If you require more information, just drop me a line.
Paper:
Amirouche, F, et al (1990) Analytical Method for the Analysis and Simulation
of Human Locomotion. J. Biomechanics, Vol. 112. pp 379 - 386.
Book:
Norton, R. (1992) Design of Machinery. McGraw Hill, New York.
Looking forward to seeing the level of interest in this topic.
Regards
Shane Preston
School of Engineering
University of Ballarat
Telephone : 61 053 279111
Fax : 61 053 279137
Email : spreston@fs3.ballarat.edu.au
Mail : PO Box 663 Ballarat Vic. 3353.
WWW : http://www.ballarat.edu.au/student/spreston/shane01.htm

8-From: Carlo Pece
Dear Matilde,
Did you receive any reply?
If yes, could you send them to me? I have interest in the area also.
Thank you
Carlo Pece Phone: +44 (0)1784 431341 ext:244
PhD Researcher Fax: +44 (0)1784 472879
Brunel University
Department of Design E-mail: Carlo.Pece@brunel.ac.uk
Egham
Surrey TW20 0JZ
UK
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