Cereatti A. “Accurately measuring human movement using magneto-inertial sensors: techniques, and challenges”, ISISS 2015
Walking efficiently is fundamental to maintaining an independent style of life. In this context, instrumented gait analysis is a powerful tool to assess motor capacity and performance as well as to diagnose and plan for intervention. The intent of this talk is to present an overview of conceptual, analytical and experimental elements to quantitatively describe human movement, with specific focus on gait using magneto-inertial sensors. It includes a review and a taxonomy scheme of the techniques for the estimation of the spatio-temporal gait parameters and joint kinematics.
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