volume 29, issue 9, P1213-1217 1996
DOI: 10.1016/0021-9290(96)00008-5
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Abstract: This paper discusses the manner in which random Gaussian errors affect the determination of body segment kinematics. For the process of modelling rigid body (RB) motion, three types of kinematic errors, input, measured and theoretical, are identified. These correspond to errors in: the determination of three-dimensional observed points, the RB fit of those points, and the estimation of true RB positions, respectively. Of these, the theoretical error is most critical and most pivotal. Accuracy is provided when …

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