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 ====== Theory and Publications ====== ====== Theory and Publications ======
-<alert type="​info">​If SCONE is helpful for your research, please cite the following paper: ​T. Geijtenbeek (2019). ​**SCONE: Open Source Software for Predictive Simulation of Biological Motion**. //​Manuscript in preparation//​. +<callout ​type="​info" icon="​true">**If SCONE is helpful for your research, please cite the following paper:**
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-=== Predictive simulation of human gait ===+Geijtenbeek,​ T (2019). SCONE: Open Source Software for Predictive Simulation of Biological Motion. Journal of Open Source Software, 4(38), 1421, https://​doi.org/​10.21105/​joss.01421</​callout>​ 
 +==== Papers using SCONE ==== 
 +Carmichael F. Ong, Thomas Geijtenbeek, ​ Jennifer L. Hicks, Scott L. Delp (2019). Predicting gait adaptations due to ankle plantarflexor muscle weakness and contracture using physics-based musculoskeletal simulations. https://​www.biorxiv.org/​content/​10.1101/​597294v2
  
 +==== Methods Implemented in SCONE ====
 Geyer, H., & Herr, H. (2010). A muscle-reflex model that encodes principles of legged mechanics produces human walking dynamics and muscle activities. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering,​ 18(3), 263–73. https://​doi.org/​10.1109/​TNSRE.2010.2047592 Geyer, H., & Herr, H. (2010). A muscle-reflex model that encodes principles of legged mechanics produces human walking dynamics and muscle activities. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering,​ 18(3), 263–73. https://​doi.org/​10.1109/​TNSRE.2010.2047592
  
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 Geijtenbeek,​ T., van de Panne, M., & van der Stappen, a. F. (2013). Flexible muscle-based locomotion for bipedal creatures. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 32(6), 1–11. https://​doi.org/​10.1145/​2508363.2508399 Geijtenbeek,​ T., van de Panne, M., & van der Stappen, a. F. (2013). Flexible muscle-based locomotion for bipedal creatures. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 32(6), 1–11. https://​doi.org/​10.1145/​2508363.2508399
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