The DSEM Wiki

Welcome to the DSEM (Delft Shoulder and Elbow Model) Wiki. Under the heading "MoinMoin Wiki" on this page, you'll find a short description of what a wiki is and how it works.

The Delft Shoulder and Elbow Model is a large-scale, musculo-skeletal model of the human upper limb. The model allows the biomechanics of the shoulder and elbow to be studied under a wide range of conditions, and the model can be extensively modified to reflect a range of pathologies. The model is based on the software package SPACAR for mechanical modelling and is written in Fortran. See ModelPapers for a list of publications related to or making use of the DSEM and ModelUsers for a list of people who use the model.

The purpose of this wiki is to provide a UsersGuide for the model, a discussion forum, a place for BugReports and FeatureRequests or any other model-related items. There is also a FrequentlyAskedQuestions page, a page for ErrorCodes and a development RoadMap. As users or developers, you can be a big help to the project by contributing to this wiki, so don't be afraid to dive in and start editing! Click on UserPreferences to create an account for yourself and add your WikiName to ModelUsers to create your homepage.

See SiteNavigation for the different ways to navigate the wiki. If you have any questions contact EdChadwick.

MoinMoin Wiki

A WikiWikiWeb is a collaborative hypertext environment, with an emphasis on easy access to and modification of information. This wiki can also link to InterWiki space.

MoinMoin is a Python WikiClone, based on PikiPiki. The name is a common German slang expression explained on the MoinMoin page. If you run a Wiki using MoinMoin, please add it to the MoinMoinWikis page. Contributed code is on the MacroMarket, ActionMarket and ParserMarket pages. For more details and further topics, see the MoinMoin page.

You can edit any page by pressing the link at the bottom of the page. Capitalized words joined together form a WikiName, which hyperlinks to another page. The highlighted title searches for all pages that link to the current page. Pages which do not yet exist are linked with a question mark: just follow the link and you can add a definition.

To get an overview over this site and what it contains, see the SiteNavigation page.

To learn more about what a WikiWikiWeb is, read about WhyWikiWorks and the WikiNature. Also, consult the WikiWikiWebFaq.

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