Ariel Dynamics Inc. – Online Reference Library

Online. Ariel Dynamics Inc. – Online Reference Library

Published on Thursday, August 22, 1996 by Gideon Ariel

Biomechanics Links

pictureBiomch-l Archives from June 1989
Gopher link.
pictureNASA Ames Biocomputation Center
WWW link at National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
pictureDepartment of Orthopaedic Surgery – Queen’s University of Belfast
WWW link.
pictureM.E. Muller Institute for Biomechanics — Bern, Switzerland
WWW link.
pictureErgoWeb
WWW link at the University of Utah.
pictureAmerican Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
WWW link.
Biomechanics Research
picturePrinciples of Resistive Training
by Gideon B. Ariel, Ph.D.; Symposium on Olympic Sports Medicine Clinics in Sports Medicine — Vol. 2, No. 1, March 1983 Resistive Training; pp. 55-69.
pictureBibliography
A selected list of presentations and publications in which the Ariel Technology was utilized.
pictureMuscles in Action
Muscle and Joint Movement — University of Michigan
pictureOptimization of Human Performance for All Ages
Article by Gideon Ariel, Ph.D.
pictureAccuracy Research Paper Released May 8, 1995
The research paper by Penelope J Klien, EdD, PT and James J. Dehaven, PhD, which validates the usefulness of the Ariel Performance Computer Exercise systems.
pictureThe Relationships between Throwing Velocity and Motor Ability Parameters of the High-Performance Handball Players
Research paper by Jerzy Eliasz, Dept. of Biomechanics, Institute of Sport, Warsaw, Poland
pictureBiomechanical Research in Space by Gideon Ariel, Ph.D.
Biomechanics is fundamental to understanding the work performance capabilities of humans in space. Biomechanics as practiced by NASA has the primary goal of conducting operationally-oriented research focusing on maximizing astronaut on-orbit performance capabilities.
pictureHigh Technology in Athletic Training and Performance Analysis by Gideon Ariel, Ph.D.
When they talk about their personal goals in sports, athletes usually say they would like to do their best, meaning, reach their maximum performance ability.
pictureBiomechanical Applications in Cyberspace by Gideon B. Ariel and Ann Penny — University of California, Irvine
The new communication links afforded by rapid satellite/computer exchanges will enable the field of Biomechanics to advance into a new age of technology, resources, research, data base development, as well as interaction among Scientists.
pictureModel of Muscle Fiber with Controllable Recruiting by Guskov, A. Eliutin, A. Vorobievl and G. Ariel
For numerous applications, including real-time analysis in computer-aided systems there is a need for a computationally simple but comprehensive model of muscle behavior …
pictureThree Dimensional Video Analysis for Orthopedic Evaluation
The Ariel Performance Analysis System (APAS) offers a comprehensive dynamic study of patient performance. The data gained from these studies can aid the orthopedic physician by quantifying deficiencies in functional movements.
picturePhotogrammetric Transformation with Panning
by K.A. Stivers, G.B. Ariel, A. Vorobiev, M.A. Penny, A. Gouskov, N. Yakunin International Center for Biomechanical Research, La Jolla, USA
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