Syllabus: CS 795 Masurement of Human Movement
Tuesday 4:30pm - 7:10pm in IN 134
Dr. Zoran Duric
Office: S&T II, Rm. 427
Office Hours: Tuesday 2:00-4:00pm or by appointment
Current information about this course will be kept on a CS 795 web page:
Study of techniques for measurement of human movement. Topics include:
Many practical techniques will be considered. Class work will
include reading and presenting technical papers on human movement. The class will ocassionally meet at the Robotics Laboratory for practical work. A programming project is required.
- Biomechanics as an interdiscipline
- Kinetics: Forces and Moments of Force
- Mechanical Work, Energy, and Power
- Synthesis of Human Movement-Forward Solutions
- Three-Dimensional Kinematics and Kinetics
- Muscle Mechanics
- Kinesiological Electromyography
- Example: Gait Analysis (Winter, Perry)
- David A. Winter. Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement, Wiley, 2005. (recommended)
- J. Perry. Gait Analysis: Normal and Pathological Function , 1992.
- M. Nordin and V.H. Frankel. Basic Biomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System, 2001.
- V.M. Zatsiorsky. Kinematics of Human Motion, 1997.
- V.M. Zatsiorsky, Kinetics of Human Motion , 2002.
- R.M. Murray, Z. Li, and S.S. Sastry. A Mathematical Introduction to Robotic Manipulation , 1994.
- O. Bottema and B. Roth. Theoretical Kinematics, Dover, 1990.
The course grade will be determined approximately as follows:
- Class participation and presentations: 50%
- Project: 50%
Zoran Duric (email@example.com)