An analytical approach to the problem of inverse optimization with additive objective functions: an application to human prehension.

@article{Terekhov2010AnAA,
  title={An analytical approach to the problem of inverse optimization with additive objective functions: an application to human prehension.},
  author={Alexander V. Terekhov and Yakov Pesin and Xun Niu and Mark L. Latash and Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky},
  journal={Journal of mathematical biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={61 3},
  pages={423-53}
}
We consider the problem of what is being optimized in human actions with respect to various aspects of human movements and different motor tasks. From the mathematical point of view this problem consists of finding an unknown objective function given the values at which it reaches its minimum. This problem is called the inverse optimization problem. Until now the main approach to this problems has been the cut-and-try method, which consists of introducing an objective function and checking how… CONTINUE READING

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