Michael Günther

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To test the lambda-model version of the equilibrium point hypothesis both for feasibility and validity with respect to the control of terrestrial locomotion, we developed a two-dimensional, eleven-segment musculoskeletal model of the human body including 14 muscle-tendon complexes per leg, three-segment feet, and a physiologically based model of foot-ground(More)
Physics-based animation can be generated by performing a complete dynamical simulation of multibody systems. This leads to the solving of a complex system of differential equations in which biomechanical results for the physics of impacts are incorporated. Motion control is achieved by interactively modifying the internal torques. Realtime response requires(More)
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