|ODELJENJE ZA MATEMATIKU
MATEMATIČKOG INSTITUTA SANU
PROGRAM ZA SEPTEMBAR 2019.
Petak, 20.09.2019. u 14:15, sala 301f, MI SANU, Kneza Mihaila 36
Zajednički sastanak sa Seminarom za računarstvo i primenjenu matematiku
Anton Kos, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana
Challenges in implementation of real-time biofeedback systems in sport
Science and technology are ever more frequently used in sports for achieving the competitive advantage. Motion tracking systems, in connection to the biomechanical feedback, help in accelerating motor learning. The definition of biomechanical biofeedback systems is given along with their intended use. Biofeedback system architecture, elements, operation, requirements, and versions are presented in detail. Biofeedback system categorization is given: (a) on the basis of architecture, physical extent, and intended functionality, and (b) on constraints expressed in space, communication, processing, and timing requirements. Proposed biofeedback system versions are discussed in the context of the presented constraints and categorization. The most important challenges for the implementation of real-time biofeedback systems in sport are presented and discussed.