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DataTracking
The goal of this project is to perform full-body 3D dynamic optimization simulations of human locomotion by driving a neuromusculoskeletal model toward in vivo measurements of body-segmental kinematics and ground reaction forces. Direct collocation is implemented in this project. Two examples provided in this package demonstrate the use of direct collocation to solve the data-tracking problems for walking and running.
DataTracking_Ver1
Aug 28, 2017

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This model is used in the publication below. Lin, YC., Walter, J.P. & Pandy, M.G. Predictive Simulations of Neuromuscular Coordination and Joint-Contact Loading in Human Gait. Ann Biomed Eng (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10439-018-2026-6

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ADDITIONAL PAPERS

Lin, Y.-C. and Pandy, M. G. (2017). THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA-TRACKING DYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION SIMULATIONS OF HUMAN LOCOMOTION GENERATED BY DIRECT COLLOCATION, Journal of Biomechanics, 59, 1-8. (2017) View


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