Data digitization techniques used in the analysis of free oscillation of human lower limb

Yerli, G
Orcan, Y
Akkas, N
In biomechanics, the ability to manipulate the video data of the desired human motion using computer vision is as important as obtaining the numerical solutions from mathematical modeling. This paper covers both of these requirements equally. The proposed model presents the concept of data digitizing of recorded video films of free in vivo oscillation of human lower limb. The analysis is carried out using an interactive Graphical User Interface (GUI) object oriented analyzing software.


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G. Yerli, Y. Orcan, and N. Akkas, “Data digitization techniques used in the analysis of free oscillation of human lower limb,” 1998, p. 287, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: