Computational Anatomy and Biomechanics
Simulation, Optimization, and Systems
Computational anatomy incorporates the use of geometric- and statistics-based mathematical techniques to analyze and understand the variation in human form and structure. Biomechanics represents one family of methods by which we can evaluate and understand the biological design of humans — specifically, the relationship between form and function — within the larger contexts of physical abilities and behaviour.
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COIL: Constrained Optimization in Workshop on Learned Latent Space
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UNIST: Unpaired Neural Implicit Shape Translation Network
We introduce UNIST, the first deep neural implicit modelfor…
Validating a Termite-Inspired Construction Coordination Mechanism Using an Autonomous Robot
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