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This study investigated a new performance indicator to assess climbing fluency (smoothness of the hip trajectory and orientation of a climber using normalized jerk coefficients) to explore effects of practice and hold design on performance. Eight experienced climbers completed four repetitions of two, 10-m high routes with similar difficulty levels, but(More)
This paper considers the problem of optimal filtering for partially observed signals taking values on the rotation group. More precisely, one or more components are considered not to be available in the measurement of the attitude of a 3D rigid body. In such cases, the observed signal takes its values on a Stiefel manifold. It is demonstrated how to filter(More)
Using an ecological dynamics framework, this study investigated the generality and specificity of skill transfer processes in organisation of perception and action using climbing as a task vehicle. Fluency of hip trajectory and orientation was assessed using normalized jerk coefficients exhibited by participants as they adapted perception and action under(More)
This article presents a method to automatically detect and classify climbing activities using inertial measurement units (IMUs) attached to the wrists, feet and pelvis of the climber. The IMUs record limb acceleration and angular velocity. Detection requires a learning phase with manual annotation to construct the statistical models used in the cusum(More)
This study investigated how environmental design shapes perceptual-motor exploration, when meta-stable regions of performance are created. Here, we examined how creating meta-stable regions of performance could destabilize pre-existing skills, favoring greater exploration of performance environments, exemplified in this study by climbing surfaces. In this(More)
Partial observation of stochastic processes can occur for various reasons, ranging from faulty sensors to occultation issues. In this paper, we consider the problem of estimating the angular velocity of a rotating system from partial observation corrupted by noise. The system is assumed to evolve on the rotation group SO(n), and only k noisy measurements(More)
We report the experimental observation of a geometric phase for elastic waves in a waveguide with helical shape. The setup reproduces the experiment by Tomita and Chiao (Phys. Rev. Lett. 57, 1986) that showed first evidence of a Berry phase, a geometric phase for adiabatic time evolution, in optics. Experimental evidence of non-adiabatic geometric has been(More)
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