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To test the effect of anatomical databases used in the prevalent biomechanical models, we selected the following six models from the literature: (1) Hughes et al. ; (2) Hughes and Chaffin ; (3) Marras and Granata ; (4) Thelen et al. ; (5) Schultz et al. ; and (6) Nussbaum et al. . Although this list is by no means exhaustive, it should reveal the considerable variations among the models. In solving the constrained system satisfying the equilibrium conditions, the following cost (objective) functions have been minimized: (1) sum of muscle forces, (2) sum of muscle stresses; (3) sum of squared muscle stresses; (4) sum of cubed muscle stresses; (5) compressive component of the joint reaction force; and (6) modulus of the joint reaction force (its Euclidean norm).
Cardiovascular techniques by Cornelius T Leondes