On technomorphic modelling and classification of biological joints

@article{Bgelsack2000OnTM,
  title={On technomorphic modelling and classification of biological joints},
  author={Gerhard B{\"o}gelsack and Michael Karner and Cornelius Schilling},
  journal={Theory in Biosciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={119},
  pages={104-121}
}
Biological motion systems are of particular interest to engineers in robotics, prosthetics and micromechanics. Since biological motion systems show a high degree of mobility, smooth movements and minimal deployment of material, the analysis of such systems might help to invent or optimize technical motion systems. To enable the transfer of explanatory… CONTINUE READING