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Title: The Analysis of the Knee Joint Movement
Author(s): Daniel Constantin   Cristian Molder            

Abstract: To be able to design an active knee rehabilitation orthotic device, it is important to consider the kinematic movement of the human knee joint. In robotics, the analysis of the joint motion and are used to set up the fundamental equations for dynamics and control. The objective of this paper is to derive an analysis of the human knee in terms of angles, displacements and torques by using simulations.

Keywords: active knee orthotic device, simulation of human knee movement.

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