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Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control
This paper addresses the problem of estimating human body dynamics from 3-D visual data. That is, our goal is to estimate the state of the system, joint angle trajectories and velocities, and the control required to produce the observed motion from indirect noisy measurements of the joint angles. For a two-link chain in the human body, we show how two independent spherical pendulums can be composed to create a behaviorally equivalent double spherical pendulum. Therefore, the estimation problemdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-71493-4_65 dblp:conf/hybrid/GaneshAB07 fatcat:ivxhclr6lze4dpzl6furqqjpdm