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Cavallo, Gaia (author)
Human joint admittance changes with numerous factors constituting the operational point. For large changes of the operational point, joint admittance can be identified using Linear Time-Varying methods on torque and angular<br/>position signals measured on human joints. Out of the available methods, the Skirt Decomposition method was selected...
master thesis 2017
Van der Burg, A.A. (author)
Human movement control is frequently studied by in vivo quantification of NeuroMuscular System (NMS) properties, e.g. intrinsic joint stiffness and joint damping and reflexive feedback gains, during functional tasks. An important measure in movement control is joint admittance, the relation between joint angle and torque. The NMS properties can...
master thesis 2013