Anthropometrical Model in Pentacanon

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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 658)

Abstract

It is well known that human health is determined not only by the presence or absence of diseases, and by the harmonious development of the basic functional indicators, and by a harmonious figure including. The configuration anthropometrical canon gives structural metric organization of a human skeletal figure by inscribing into different regular geometrical figures. In this work the attempt is described to determine full number of configurational relations (pentacanon) for a human skeletal figure by inscribing into a pentagram. Pentacanon system supposes the decision of the inverse problem for recovery of anthropometrical model parameters. It was carried out the statistical analysis of pentacanon correspondence to the individual anthropometrical data. The comparative analysis of number of invariants obtained by the inscribing method for human skeletal figure into different ordinal simplexes is carried out also; the pentagram gives the greatest number of invariants. It is shown also that the same skeletal figure can be packed into internal pentagon using the “folding rule” method. “The whole history of medicine shows that the swift growth of knowledge in the field of general medical theory, clinical medicine and private pathology occurs after their anthropological irrigation.” [1]

Keywords

Anthropometry Harmonious physique Geometrical model Canon Pentacanon 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.A.Blagonravov Institute of Machines Science of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMASH)MoscowRussia

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