2013 IEEE 11th International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Informatics (SISY) 2013
DOI: 10.1109/sisy.2013.6662551
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“…In most of the cases these parameters are assumed to be known: the IMU frame is supposed to be physically aligned to the body frame (e.g., [50,60,87]). In other cases these parameters are obtained by means of a calibration procedure that is carried out at the beginning of the capturing session (e.g., [47]). Another subset is related to the dimensions of the human body: human limb lengths are typically either measured (e.g., [87]), taken from anthropometric models (e.g., [64]) or calculated by means of calibration procedures (e.g., [64,88]).…”
Section: Imu-based Human Motion Trackingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In most of the cases these parameters are assumed to be known: the IMU frame is supposed to be physically aligned to the body frame (e.g., [50,60,87]). In other cases these parameters are obtained by means of a calibration procedure that is carried out at the beginning of the capturing session (e.g., [47]). Another subset is related to the dimensions of the human body: human limb lengths are typically either measured (e.g., [87]), taken from anthropometric models (e.g., [64]) or calculated by means of calibration procedures (e.g., [64,88]).…”
Section: Imu-based Human Motion Trackingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Estimation errors of less than 3°and 12°were achieved, respectively, for upper-arm motion and forearm motion. Peppoloni et al [80] and ElGohary et al [81] also present similar ideas for kinematic analysis using wearable inertial sensors.…”
Section: B Processing Techniquesmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…For further information about the algorithms the reader can refer to [Peppoloni et al 2013;Ruffaldi et al 2014]. Surface EMG array sensors monitor the activity of the operator's forearm flexors (flexor carpi radialis, the palmaris longus and the flexor carpi ulnaris).…”
Section: Motion Reconstruction and Muscle Effortmentioning
confidence: 99%