The biomedical field thrives on computational devices. Clinicians, physical therapists, and researchers frequently use models as tools. The key to proper implementation of these tools is a good understanding of the limitations, advantages, and options available. Previous research on EMG-driven models demonstrated the ability of single joint models to predict joint moments with reasonable accuracy [1]. The advantage provided is the possibility of studying muscle and intersegmental forces in vivo.

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