Simple Spline Representation for Identifying Sit-to-Stand Strategies

Robert Peter Matthew
Robert Peter Matthew
Sarah Seko
Sarah Seko
Jeannie Bailey
Jeannie Bailey

EMBC, pp. 4097-4103, 2019.

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Abstract:

Standing from a seated position is an activity of daily living and a common clinical test of strength and balance. While this action is well-studied biomechanically, there remains a need for a clear modelling method for appropriately capturing performance and discriminating between standing strategies. This paper presents a simple framewo...More

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