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PROBABILISTIC TECHNIQUES IN BIOENGINEERING

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Abstract

Research in biomechanics endeavors to develop scientific knowledge on injury in order to prevent accidental injury and minimizes the damage caused by the accidents. Accidental injuries can happen to anyone with devastating effects on the individual’s quality of life. Injury biomechanics is one of the most important fields for understanding accidental injury of the human body. Evaluation of the mechanism of injury is vital for a complete understanding and treatment of injuries. Knowledge of the injury mechanism can also be critical to choosing the treatment and management of injuries.

Keywords

Probabilistic Density Function Limit State Function Accidental Injury Deterministic Analysis Musculoskeletal Modeling 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LubbockUSA

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