Date of Submission

Spring 2023

Academic Program


Project Advisor 1

Stefan Mendez-Diez

Abstract/Artist's Statement

The purpose of this document is to provide a pathway for studying broad questions about fine human motion analytically. This kind of investigation aims to provide a way to reason about problems that are too complex, too qualitative, or too uncertain to be addressed using traditional quantitative techniques alone, and to thereby reformulate them into forms to which quantitative techniques can apply. We look into question formation, experiment and data modality design, data collection, choice of mathematical/computational methods, and analysis - all through the running example of studying pianist movement.

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