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Motion analysis of human biorhythm based on cosine model

Long Su


Since ancient times, human beings began to understand the periodicity of their own activities. In modern times, people gradually found that the movement of living matter followed a specific space-time law and put forward the concept of biological rhythm. The biological rhythm of human body is a cycle theory that takes the body of each person as a research object and reveals the laws of physical strength, emotion and intelligence of human body. Based on this concept, this paper carries out a detailed analysis and discussion on the athlete biological rhythm, proposes a new human biological rhythm calculation method called cosine model method. The results are obtained by observing athletes for a period of time. According to the inherent tri-rhythm of human body using the description, statistics and analysis, a mathematical model is established to objectively and quantitatively describe the characteristics of biological data. That allows us to predict biorhythms.


cosine model; biological rhythm; movement; TSA calculation method

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