This course focuses on kinetic modeling of human body, musculoskeletal modeling of human body, application of human models, modeling of neural network, etc.
Living organisms themselves are very complicated systems. It is indispensable to consider living organisms as systems in order to develop practical systems related to living oｒganisms including human beings. This course provides basic knowledge about methodology to model living organisms as systems.
By completing this course, students will be able to
1) Understand and explain the basics about methodology to model living organisms as systems.
2) Consider living organisms as systems using appropriate modeling methods.
kinetic modeling of human body, musculoskeletal modeling of human body, application of human models, modeling of neural network
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Topics of each class are explained. Group discussion may be conducted. Written reports related to the contents of the class may be assigned.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Kinetic modeling of human body (1/2, inverse dynamics analysis)||Explain kinetic modeling of human body (inverse dynamics analysis).|
|Class 2||Kinetic modeling of human body (2/2, forward dynamics analysis)||Explain kinetic modeling of human body (forward dynamics analysis).|
|Class 3||Musculockeletal modeling of human body||Explain musculockeletal modeling of human body.|
|Class 4||Modeling of deforming organs in a human body||Explain modeling of deforming organs in a human body.|
|Class 5||Application of human models||Explain application of human models.|
|Class 6||Modeling of neural network||Explain modeling of neural network.|
|Class 7||Neurobehavioral modeling||Explain neurobehavioral modeling.|
|Class 8||Modeling of metabolism||Explain modeling of metabolism.|
Learning achievement for modeling methodology of bio-systems is evaluated by a final exam (70%) and assignment (30%).