#### Filter Results:

- Full text PDF available (6)

#### Publication Year

1992

2013

- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (2)
- Last 10 years (4)

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Publication Venue

#### Key Phrases

#### Organism

Learn More

- Paul Binding, Hans Volkmer
- SIAM Review
- 1996

It has been stated in the literature that static, nonlinear optimization approaches cannot predict coactivation of pairs of antagonistic muscles; however, numerical solutions of such approaches have predicted coactivation of pairs of one-joint and multijoint antagonists. Analytical support for either finding is not available in the literature for systems… (More)

- PAUL BINDING
- 2005

We give an example of an indefinite weight Sturm-Liouville problem whose eigenfunctions form a Riesz basis under Dirichlet boundary conditions but not under anti-periodic boundary conditions.

Form domains are characterized for regular 2n-th order differential equations subject to general self-adjoint boundary conditions depending affinely on the eigenparameter. Corresponding modes of convergence for eigenfunction expansions are studied, including uniform convergence of the first n − 1 derivatives.

We consider a regular indefinite Sturm-Liouville problem with two self-adjoint boundary conditions, one being affinely dependent on the eigen-parameter. We give sufficient conditions under which a basis of each root subspace for this Sturm-Liouville problem can be selected so that the union of all these bases constitutes a Riesz basis of a corresponding… (More)

- E M Fahey, J B Chaudhuri, P Binding
- Journal of chromatography. B, Biomedical sciences…
- 2000

A fragment of recombinant urokinase plasminogen activator (u-PA), was expressed in E. coli in the form of inclusion bodies. Purification and renaturation was achieved in a three-stage process. Capture of the inclusion bodies was achieved by coupling wash steps in Triton X-100 and urea with centrifugation. Solubilised inclusion bodies were then renatured by… (More)

Optimization theory is used more often than any other method to predict individual muscle forces in human movement. One of the limitations frequently associated with optimization algorithms based on efficiency criteria is that they are thought to not provide solutions containing antagonistic muscular forces; however, it is well known that such forces exist.… (More)

Mathematical optimization of specific cost functions has been used in theoretical models to calculate individual muscle forces. Measurements of individual muscle forces and force sharing among individual muscles show an intensity-dependent, non-linear behavior. It has been demonstrated that the force sharing between the cat Gastrocnemius, Plantaris and… (More)

- R Ait-Haddou, P Binding, W Herzog
- Journal of biomechanics
- 2000

It is well known that static, non-linear minimization of the sum of the stress in muscles to a certain power cannot predict cocontraction of pairs of one-joint antagonistic muscles. In this report, we prove that for a single joint either all agonistic muscles cocontract or all are silent. For two-joint muscles, we show that lengthening and shortening of… (More)

- Gudrun Schappacher-Tilp, Paul Binding, Elena Braverman, Walter Herzog
- Journal of biomechanics
- 2009

Prediction of accurate and meaningful force sharing among synergistic muscles is a major problem in biomechanics research. Given a resultant joint moment, a unique set of muscle forces can be obtained from this mathematically redundant system using nonlinear optimization. The classical cost functions for optimization involve a normalization of the muscle… (More)