Distribution of forces between synergistics and antagonistics muscles using an optimization criterion depending on muscle contraction behavior.

@article{Rengifo2010DistributionOF,
  title={Distribution of forces between synergistics and antagonistics muscles using an optimization criterion depending on muscle contraction behavior.},
  author={Carlos Rengifo and Yannick Aoustin and Franck Plestan and Christine Chevallereau},
  journal={Journal of biomechanical engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={132 4},
  pages={
          041009
        }
}
In this paper, a new neuromusculoskeletal simulation strategy is proposed. It is based on a cascade control approach with an inner muscular-force control loop and an outer joint-position control loop. The originality of the work is located in the optimization criterion used to distribute forces between synergistic and antagonistic muscles. The cost function and the inequality constraints depend on an estimation of the muscle fiber length and its time derivative. The advantages of a such… CONTINUE READING

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