Publications | Biomechanics Lab | NC State ISE

Publications

Li, L., Hutmacher Jr, C. M., & Xu, X. (2019). Video-Based Driver’s Hand Tracking using Fast Normalized Cross Coefficient with Improved Computational Efficiency. Transportation Research Record, 0361198119841554.

Mehrizi, R., Peng, X., Metaxas, D. N., Xu, X., Zhang, S., & Li, K. (2019). Predicting 3-D lower back joint load in lifting: A deep pose estimation approach. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, 49(1), 85-94.

Mehrizi, R., Peng, X., Xu, X., Zhang, S., and Li, K. (2019) A Deep Neural Network-Based Method for Estimation of 3D Lifting Motions. Journal of biomechanics 84, 87-93

Lin, J. H., & Xu, X. (2019). Occupational cranking operations: The scapula perspective. Applied Ergonomics, 75, 129-133.

Meherizi, R., Peng, X., Xu, X., Zhang, S., Metaxas, D., and Li, K. (2018) A Computer Vision-Based Method for 3D Posture Estimation of Symmetrical Lifting. Journal of Biomechanics 69, 40-46.

Yu, D., Xu, X., Lin, J.H. (2018) Impact of posture choice on one-handed pull strength variations at low, waist, and overhead pulling heights. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics. 64, 226-234.

Chang, W., Xu, X. (2018) Identification of heel strike under a slippery condition. Applied Ergonomics 66, 32-40.

Lin, J.H., Kirlik, A. Xu, X., (2018) New technologies in human factors and ergonomics research and practice. Applied Ergonomics 66, 179-181.

Xu, X., Robertson, M. Chen, K.B., Lin, J.H., McGorry, R.W. (2017). Using the Microsoft Kinect™ to assess 3-D shoulder kinematics during computer use. Applied Ergonomics 65, 418-423.

Pajoutan, M., Xu, X., Cavuoto, L.A. (2017). The effect of obesity on postural stability during a standardized lifting task. Journal of Occupational Environmental Hygiene. 14, 180-186.

Xu, X., Lin, J.H., McGorry, R.W. (2017). An entropy-assisted musculoskeletal shoulder model. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 33, 103-110.

Meherizi, R., Xu, X., Zhang, S., Peng, X., Metaxas, D., and Li, K. (2017) Using a Marker-Less Method for Estimating L5/S1 Moments during Symmetrical Lifting. Applied Ergonomics 65, 541-550.