Comparing dynamical systems concepts and techniques for biomechanical analysis
Richard E.A. van Emmerik
Scott W. Ducharme
Avelino C. Amado
- Publisher: Elsevier
Journal of Sport and Health Science,
Complexity | Dynamical systems | GV557-1198.995 | Sports | Sports medicine | RC1200-1245 | Adaptability | Variability | Nonlinear dynamics | Stability
Traditional biomechanical analyses of human movement are generally derived from linear mathematics. While these methods can be useful in many situations, they do not describe behaviors in human systems that are predominately nonlinear. For this reason, nonlinear analysi...