Paper on analysis of human motion accepted to IEEE EMBC

A paper by my student Mounir Boudali, in collaboration with Peter Sinclair and Richard Smith of the University of Sydney Biomechanics Research Team, has been accepted to the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference.

The main idea is to generate predictive computational models of the relationship between different limbs during human motion, with the objective that these models can be used for control and motion planning within assistive devices and prosthetics. In this paper, we investigated using the Koopman operator to generate models.

A. Mounir Boudali, Peter J. Sinclair, Richard Smith, Ian R. Manchester, “Human Locomotion Analysis: Identifying a Dynamic Mapping Between Upper and Lower Limb Joints Using the Koopman Operator”, Proceedings of the 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBC’17), JeJu Island, S. Korea, July 2017.

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