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Ruzena Bajcsy: Personalized model of kinematic and dynamic of physical activities | CMU RI Seminar

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22 April 2018



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Abbreviated abstract: “By now it has become a cliché the statement that the population in industrial world is aging and hence the problem of physical agility is a serious health problem. Moreover this issue is aggravated even with younger population due to our sedative life style. It also is an undeniable (perhaps even too obvious) fact that every human’s anatomy and physiology is different. In recognition of this fact we are focusing in our efforts in development of personalized models of kinematic and dynamics of an individual during physical activities, using System Identification methodology.”




John Payne





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