Repetitive motion analysis: segmentation and event classification

@article{Lu2004RepetitiveMA,
  title={Repetitive motion analysis: segmentation and event classification},
  author={Chunmei Lu and Nicola J. Ferrier},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={258-263}
}
Acquisition, analysis, and classification of repetitive human motion for the assessment of postural stress is of central importance to ergonomics practitioners. We present a two-threshold, multidimensional segmentation algorithm to automatically decompose a complex motion into a sequence of simple linear dynamic models. No a priori assumptions were made about the number of models that comprise the full motion or about the duration of the task cycle. A compact motion representation is obtained… CONTINUE READING
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