“DYNAMIC TRACKING”, A METHOD FOR SMOOTHING KINEMATIC DATA

  • K. Roemer
  • C. Wolf
  • P. Maißer
Keywords: dynamic tracking, data smoothing, biomechanical modelling

Abstract

One basic problem in biomechanical modelling is the transfer of a real motion to a model. Here the motion of an ice speed skater should be transferred to the alaska 3D MBS man model DYNAMICUS. To find an optimal description for the motion of the man model Dynamic Tracking has been used and investigated. The results show that this method is a useful possibilty to recieve time histories for the inner co-ordinates close to reality.