|aResearch methods in biomechanics /|cD. Gordon E. Robertson, University of Ottawa, Graham E. Caldwell, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Joseph Hamill, University of Massachusetts, Gary Kamen, University of Massachusetts, Saunders N. Whittlesey.
|aaChampaign, Illinois:|bHuman Kinetics,|cc2014.
|aChampaign, Illinois:|bHuman Kinetics,|c
|axii, 428 pages :|billustrations ;|c29 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 395-413) and index.
|aPlanar kinematics / D. Gordon E. Robertson and Graham E. Caldwell -- Three-dimensional kinematics / Joseph Hamill, W. Scott Selbie, and Thomas M. Kepple -- Body segment parameters / D. Gordon E. Robertson -- Forces and their measurement / Graham E. Caldwell, D. Gordon E. Robertson, and Saunders N. Whittlesey -- Two-dimensional inverse dynamics / Saunders N. Whittlesey and D. Gordon E. Robertson -- Energy, work, and power / D. Gordon E. Robertson -- Three-dimensional kinetics / W. Scott Selbie, Joseph Hamill, and Thomas Kepple -- Electromyographic kinesiology / Gary Kamen -- Muscle modeling / Graham E. Caldwell -- Computer simulation of human movement / S.N. Whittlesey and J. Hamill -- Musculoskeletal modeling / Brian R. Umberger and Graham E. Caldwell -- Signal processing / Timothy R. Derrick and D. Gordon E. Robertson -- Dynamical systems analysis of coordination / Richard E.A. Van Emmerik, Ross H. Miller, and Joseph Hamill -- Analysis of biomechanical waveform data / Kevin J. Deluzio, Andrew J. Harrison, Norma Coffey, and Graham E. Caldwell.
|aIn the highly technical field of biomechanics, research methods are frequently upgraded as the speed and sophistication of software and hardware technologies increase. This second edition features more than 100 new pieces of art and illustrations and chapters introducing various techniques and areas of research.