A neuromusculoskeletal tracking method for estimating individual muscle forces in human movement.

@article{Seth2007ANT,
  title={A neuromusculoskeletal tracking method for estimating individual muscle forces in human movement.},
  author={Ajay Seth and Marcus G. Pandy},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2007},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={356-66}
}
A neuromusculoskeletal tracking (NMT) method was developed to estimate muscle forces from observed motion data. The NMT method combines skeletal motion tracking and optimal neuromuscular tracking to produce forward simulations of human movement quickly and accurately. The skeletal motion tracker calculates the joint torques needed to actuate a skeletal model and track observed segment angles and ground forces in a forward simulation of the motor task. The optimal neuromuscular tracker resolves… CONTINUE READING

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