Improving joint torque calculations: optimization-based inverse dynamics to reduce the effect of motion errors.

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The accuracy of joint torques calculated from inverse dynamics methods is strongly dependent upon errors in body segment motion profiles, which arise from two sources of noise: the motion capture system and movement artifacts of skin-mounted markers. The current study presents a method to increase the accuracy of estimated joint torques through the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2008.02.011

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@article{Riemer2008ImprovingJT, title={Improving joint torque calculations: optimization-based inverse dynamics to reduce the effect of motion errors.}, author={Raziel Riemer and Elizabeth T. Hsiao-Wecksler}, journal={Journal of biomechanics}, year={2008}, volume={41 7}, pages={1503-9} }