Abstract: Twenty-five linear and non-linear (angle) parameters were investigated by specially designed tool and caliper on a material of 166 macerated human femurs of adult individuals of both sexes. The absolute values were transformed into the relative one by the meaning of the transverse diameter of the femoral diaphysis and handled with the methods of descriptive statistics. By the value of variance (q2), the results were distributed into four classes. The belonging of each group to the class was estimated in grades. According to this method, depending on the total grades the excerpt was distributed into four classes as well. The Pirsonís coefficient in each class was calculated between the relative values of the investigated parameters. Two generations of system parameters were subsequently defined.
Ali A. Samaha , Alexander V. Ivanov , John J. Haddad , Alexander I. Kolesnik , Dmitry A. Ivanov , Irena N. Yashina , Safaa Baydoun and Rana A. Samaha , 2007. System Analysis of the Human Femoral Bone: Applied Biophysical and Anatomical Correlations. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 2: 132-135.