volume 28, issue 1, P119-124 1995
DOI: 10.1016/0021-9290(95)80015-8
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J.J. Crisco, K. Hentel, S.W. Wolfe, J.S. Duncan

Abstract: A method for calculating two-dimensional rigid-body kinematic parameters using shape features is presented. Proposed applications include the noninvasive quantification of planar joint motion in vivo. By using digitized images (computed tomographs, radiographs, etc.) of a bone contour at two positions, the contour curvatures can be 'best-fit' to obtain a one-to-one mapping or registration of the bone images. This produces a dense field of displacement vectors from which planar rigid-body kinematic parameters c…

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