“Sensorimotor physiology: modeling, imaging, and neural control” by Pai, van den Doel, Edmunds, Gilles, Levin, et al. …

  • ©Dinesh K. Pai, Kees van den Doel, Timothy Edmunds, Benjamin Gilles, David I. W. Levin, Shinjiro Sueda, Qi Wei, and Sang Hoon Yeo




    Sensorimotor physiology: modeling, imaging, and neural control



    Based on recent developments in computer simulation, medical imaging, and neurophysiology, we can now construct detailed functional models of the human biomechanical plant, its neural control, and its physical interaction with the environment. These new developments will have a profound impact on both how computer animation will be done in the future and how we understand human movement in science and medicine.


    1. Gilles, B., and Pai, D. K. 2008. Fast musculoskeletal registration based on shape matching. In Proceedings of Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention – MICCAI 2008, LNCS 5242 Part II, 822–827.
    2. Sueda, S., Kaufman, A., and Pai, D. K. 2008. Musculotendon simulation for hand animation. ACM Trans. Graph. (Proc. SIGGRAPH) 27, 3, 83:1–83:8.
    3. van den Doel, K., Ascher, U. M., and Pai, D. K. 2008. Computed myography: three dimensional reconstruction of motor functions from surface emg data. Inverse Problems 24, 065010, 17 pages.
    4. Wei, Q., Sueda, S., and Pai, D. K. 2010. Biomechanical simulation of human eye movement. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Biomedical Simulation (ISBMS10), 108–118.

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