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The paper presents the design and validation of a three-segment human body model. The model is aimed at the reconstruction of motion trajectories of the shank, thigh and HAT (Head-Arms-Trunk) segments in sit-to-stand-motion using low cost inertial sensors. For this purpose the Extended Kalman filter is applied for fusion of model data and data acquired(More)
In the paper a method for measuring kinematics of sit-to-stand motion using inertial sensors and human body model is presented. The proposed method fuses data from inertial sensors and data from threesegment human body model using Extended Kalman filtering technique and in this way alleviates some of the drawbacks associated with inertial sensors. Dynamic(More)
The paper demonstrates the feasibility of using mobile phones for fitness and rehabilitation purposes by training them to recognise a user's hula-hooping movements. It also proposes several parameters which can be used as a measure of rhythmic movement quality. Experimental measurements were achieved with two test subjects performing two sets of steady(More)
The paper describes design and features of novel semi-autonomous floor scrubber add-on module, used for cleaning large indoor and outdoor tile/marbles spaces found in modern (smart) cities. Module is designed in such a manner that it can be easily added to and removed from scrubber machine and that additional sensors and capabilities can be introduced(More)
The scope of this paper is the presentation of experiments which involve measurements and identification of human movements by using the inertial sensors. We describe the purpose, design and obtained results of two experiments, as well as our future plans which include the exploration of the forces acting at spine segments by measurements with inertial(More)
The paper deals with some important aspects of continuous systems modelling education. Namely the traditional approach is based on block oriented schemes in which causal relations play an important role. However this causality is artificially generated in order to fulfil appropriate conditions for simulation on conventional sequential computers. Fortunately(More)