Descripción del movimiento humano basado en el marco de Frenet Serret y datos tipo MOCAP

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Politécnico Colombiano Jaime Isaza Cadavid
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2021-11-09
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Classify human movement has become a technological necessity, where defining the position of a subject requires identifying the trajectory of the limbs and trunk of the body, having the ability to differentiate this position from other subjects or movements, which generates the need to have data and algorithms that help their classification. Therefore, the discriminant capacity of motion capture data in physical rehabilitation is evaluated, where the position of the subjects is acquired with the Microsoft Kinect and optical markers. Attributes of the movement generated with the Frenet Serret framework. Evaluating their discriminant capacity by means of support vector machines, neural networks, and k nearest neighbors algorithms. The obtained results present an accuracy of 93.5% in the classification with data obtained from the Kinect, and success of 100% for movements where the position is defined with optical markers.
Clasificar el movimiento humano se ha convertido en una necesidad tecnológica, en donde para definir la posición de un sujeto requiere identificar el recorrido de las extremidades y el tronco del cuerpo, y tener la capacidad de diferenciar esta posición respecto a otros sujetos o movimientos, generándose la necesidad tener datos y algoritmos que faciliten su clasificación. Es así, como en este trabajo, se evalúa la capacidad discriminante de datos de captura de movimiento en rehabilitación física, donde la posición de los sujetos es adquirida con el Kinect de Microsoft y marcadores ópticos, y atributos del movimiento generados con el marco de Frenet Serret, evaluando su capacidad discriminante con los algoritmos máquinas de soporte vectorial, redes neuronales y k vecinos más cercanos. Los resultados presentan porcentajes de acierto del 93.5% en la clasificación con datos obtenidos del Kinect, y un éxito del 100% para los movimientos con marcadores ópticos.   Classify human movement has become a technological necessity, where defining the position of a subject requires identifying the trajectory of the limbs and trunk of the body, having the ability to differentiate this position from other subjects or movements, which generates the need to have data and algorithms that help their classification. Therefore, the discriminant capacity of motion capture data in physical rehabilitation is evaluated, where the position of the subjects is acquired with the Microsoft Kinect and optical markers. Attributes of the movement generated with the Frenet Serret framework. Evaluating their discriminant capacity by means of support vector machines, neural networks, and k nearest neighbors algorithms. The obtained results present an accuracy of 93.5% in the classification with data obtained from the Kinect, and success of 100% for movements where the position is defined with optical markers.
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Movimiento humano; Dinámica; Kinect; Captura de movimiento; Rehabilitación física; Frenet Serret
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