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A musculoskeletal arm model with eleven muscles and a Matlab interface are provided to run forward dynamic simulations of reaching tasks. The Matlab interface (mex-file) takes muscle excitation patterns as input and returns 3D marker coordinates (the marker is placed on the radial stylion). The mex-file can be easily changed to receive other quantities in a forward dynamic simulation.
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Project files: osim model file, Matlab mex-function and Matlab test file. The musculoskeletal model is based on the upper extremety model by Holzbaur. Geometry files can be found in related simtk projects (e.g. search for Dynamic Upper Extremity Model).
Oct 14, 2013

osim model file and a simple Matlab interface to run forward dynamics simulations.  View License

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Oct 14, 2013
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Rückert E, d'Avella A. (2013). Learned parametrized dynamic movement primitives with shared synergies for controlling robotic and musculoskeletal systems. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 2013. DOI=10.3389/fncom.2013.00138 (2013) View