Estimating Velocities and Accelerations of Animal Locomotion : a Simulation Experiment Comparing Numerical Differentiation Algorithms

@inproceedings{Walker1998EstimatingVA,
  title={Estimating Velocities and Accelerations of Animal Locomotion : a Simulation Experiment Comparing Numerical Differentiation Algorithms},
  author={Jeffrey A. Walker},
  year={1998}
}
, line Functional biologists employ numerical differentiation for many purposes, including (1) estimation of maximum velocities and accelerations as measures of behavioral performance, (2) estimation of velocity and acceleration histories for biomechanical modeling, and (3) estimation of curvature, either of a structure during movement or of the path of movement itself. I used a computer simulation experiment to explore the efficacy of ten numerical differentiation algorithms to reconstruct… CONTINUE READING
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