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hank you for visiting the 3D Joint Kinematics Tutorial presented by the Biomechanics Laboratory at Penn State.
- JK Startzell, Graduate Student, CELOS
- DR Lemmon, Technical Coordinator, CELOS
- PR Cavanagh, Director, CELOS
- HJ Sommer, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, PSU
For further information, refer to the following sources:
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Sommer HJ. ASB Tutorial: Primer on 3-D Kinematics, 1991.
Sommer HJ. NASGCMA Tutorial: Primer on Three Dimensional Kinematics for Gait and Biomechanics, April 1997.
Veldpaus FE, Woltring HJ, Dortmans LJMG. A Least-Squares Algorithm for the Equiform Transformation from Spatial Marker Coordinates. J Biomech 21(1):45-54, 1988.
Spoor CW, Veldpaus FE. Rigid Body Motion Calculated from Spatial Coordinates of Markers (Technical Note), J Biomech 13:391-393, 1980.
Strang G. Linear Algebra and Its Applications. 3ed. Harcourt Brace Publishers, 1988.
Zatsiorsky, V.M. (1998). Kinematics of Human Motion. Human Kinetics: Champaign, IL.
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