Digital human modeling : third International Conference, ICDHM 2011, held as Part of HCI International 2011, Orlando, FL, USA July 9-14, 2011, Proceedings / Vincent G. Duffy (ed.).

By: (3rd : International Conference on Digital Human Modeling (3rd : 2011 : Orlando, Fla.)
Contributor(s): Duffy, Vincent G | International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (14th : 2011 : Orlando, Fla.)
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 6777.; LNCS sublibrary: Publisher: Berlin ; Heidelberg ; New York : Springer, ©2011Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 534 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642217999; 3642217990Other title: ICDHM 2011 | HCI International 2011Subject(s): Human body -- Computer simulation -- Congresses | Human mechanics -- Computer simulation -- Congresses | Human engineering -- Computer simulation -- Congresses | Digital computer simulation -- Congresses | Informatique | Digital computer simulation | Human body -- Computer simulation | Human mechanics -- Computer simulation | Engineering & Applied Sciences | Computer ScienceGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Digital Human Modeling.DDC classification: 003.3 LOC classification: QA76.9.C65 | I58 2011Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Intro; Title; Organization; Table of Contents; Part I Anthropometry Applications; The Effects of Landmarks and Training on 3D Surface Anthropometric Reliability and Hip Joint Center Prediction; Introduction; Methods; Data Collection of 3D Whole Body Scanned Models; Data Collection from Scanned Data; Statistical Analyses; Results; Reliability of IAD Measurement; Validity of IAD Measurement; Validity of HJC Prediction; Discussion; The Effect of Training and Landmark Placement on the Reliability of IAD Measurement; The Effect of Trained and Landmark on the Validity of IAD Measurement.
The Effect of Trained and Landmark on the Validity of HJC PredictionConclusion; References; An Automatic Method for Computerized Head and Facial Anthropometry; Introduction; Methods; Anthropometry Landmarks; Model Construction; Head and Facial Anthropometry; Results; Conclusions; Discussion; References; 3D Parametric Body Model Based on Chinese Female Anhtropometric Analysis; Introduction; Anthropometry Survey; Girth Distribution Analyses; Breast Size Distribution Analyses; Front and Back Proportion Analyses; Relationship between Dimensions of Different Body Parts; 3D Parametric Body Model.
ConclusionReferences; Anthropometric Measurement of the Feet of Chinese Children; Introduction; Methods; Subjects; Dimension Measurements; Data Processing and Statistical Analysis; Results; Discussion; Differences between Age Groups; Gender Differences; Classification of the Foot Shape; Conclusion; References; Human Dimensions of Chinese Minors; Introduction; Method; Subjects; Measuring Apparatus and Procedure; Measurements; Results; Discussions; Conclusions; References; Development of Sizing Systems for Chinese Minors; Introduction; Method; Subjects.
Measuring Apparatus and Procedure and DimensionsControl Dimensions; Results; Discussions; Conclusions; References; Part II Posture and Motion Modeling; Motion Capture Experiments for Validating Optimization-Based Human Models; Introduction; Digital Human Model; Optimization-Based Human Models; Motion Capture System; Marker Placement Protocol; Experiments and Validation; Subject Selection; Tasks; Data Collection and Post Processing; Validation; Conclusion; References; Posture Reconstruction Method for Mapping Joint Angles of Motion Capture Experiments to Simulation Models; Introduction.
Posture Reconstruction FormulationMotion Capture Experiment; Posture Reconstruction Examples; Conclusion; References; Joint Torque Modeling of Knee Extension and Flexion; Introduction; Methods and Materials; Subjects; Apparatus; Experimental Design; Procedure; Data Analysis; Results; Conclusions; References; Predicting Support Reaction Forces for Standing and Seated Tasks with Given Postures-A Preliminary Study; Introduction; Human Model and Kinematics; Problem Formulation; Subject-Specific Body Segment Inertial Properties; Joint Torque and ZMP; Support Reaction Forces; Simulation Examples.
Summary: This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Digital Human Modeling, ICDHM 2011, held in Orlando, FL, USA in July 2011. The 58 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the thematic area of anthropometry applications, posture and motion modeling, digital human modeling and design, cognitive modeling, and driver modeling.
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Digital Human Modeling, ICDHM 2011, held in Orlando, FL, USA in July 2011. The 58 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the thematic area of anthropometry applications, posture and motion modeling, digital human modeling and design, cognitive modeling, and driver modeling.

Intro; Title; Organization; Table of Contents; Part I Anthropometry Applications; The Effects of Landmarks and Training on 3D Surface Anthropometric Reliability and Hip Joint Center Prediction; Introduction; Methods; Data Collection of 3D Whole Body Scanned Models; Data Collection from Scanned Data; Statistical Analyses; Results; Reliability of IAD Measurement; Validity of IAD Measurement; Validity of HJC Prediction; Discussion; The Effect of Training and Landmark Placement on the Reliability of IAD Measurement; The Effect of Trained and Landmark on the Validity of IAD Measurement.

The Effect of Trained and Landmark on the Validity of HJC PredictionConclusion; References; An Automatic Method for Computerized Head and Facial Anthropometry; Introduction; Methods; Anthropometry Landmarks; Model Construction; Head and Facial Anthropometry; Results; Conclusions; Discussion; References; 3D Parametric Body Model Based on Chinese Female Anhtropometric Analysis; Introduction; Anthropometry Survey; Girth Distribution Analyses; Breast Size Distribution Analyses; Front and Back Proportion Analyses; Relationship between Dimensions of Different Body Parts; 3D Parametric Body Model.

ConclusionReferences; Anthropometric Measurement of the Feet of Chinese Children; Introduction; Methods; Subjects; Dimension Measurements; Data Processing and Statistical Analysis; Results; Discussion; Differences between Age Groups; Gender Differences; Classification of the Foot Shape; Conclusion; References; Human Dimensions of Chinese Minors; Introduction; Method; Subjects; Measuring Apparatus and Procedure; Measurements; Results; Discussions; Conclusions; References; Development of Sizing Systems for Chinese Minors; Introduction; Method; Subjects.

Measuring Apparatus and Procedure and DimensionsControl Dimensions; Results; Discussions; Conclusions; References; Part II Posture and Motion Modeling; Motion Capture Experiments for Validating Optimization-Based Human Models; Introduction; Digital Human Model; Optimization-Based Human Models; Motion Capture System; Marker Placement Protocol; Experiments and Validation; Subject Selection; Tasks; Data Collection and Post Processing; Validation; Conclusion; References; Posture Reconstruction Method for Mapping Joint Angles of Motion Capture Experiments to Simulation Models; Introduction.

Posture Reconstruction FormulationMotion Capture Experiment; Posture Reconstruction Examples; Conclusion; References; Joint Torque Modeling of Knee Extension and Flexion; Introduction; Methods and Materials; Subjects; Apparatus; Experimental Design; Procedure; Data Analysis; Results; Conclusions; References; Predicting Support Reaction Forces for Standing and Seated Tasks with Given Postures-A Preliminary Study; Introduction; Human Model and Kinematics; Problem Formulation; Subject-Specific Body Segment Inertial Properties; Joint Torque and ZMP; Support Reaction Forces; Simulation Examples.

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