This course focuses on anatomical structure of a human body, modeling of human body shape, measuring methods of human body motion, anatomy of neural system, 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.
anatomical structure of a human body, modeling of human body shape, measuring method of human body motion, anatomy of neural system
|✔ 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||Overview of modeling of human body||Explain overview of modeling of human body.|
|Class 2||Anatomical structure of a human body||Explain anatomical structure of a human body.|
|Class 3||Modeling of human body shape||Explain modeling of human body shape.|
|Class 4||Measuring method of human body motion||Explain measuring method of human body motion.|
|Class 5||Kinematic modeling of human body||Explain kinematic modeling of human body.|
|Class 6||Overview of neural system||Explain the overview of neural systems.|
|Class 7||Anatomy of neural system||Explain anatomy of neural system.|
|Class 8||Modeling of nerve response||Explain modeling of nerve response.|
Learning achievement for modeling methodology of bio-systems is evaluated by a final exam (70%) and assignment (30%).