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Design of a Wearable Sensing System for Human Motion Monitoring in Physical Rehabilitation
AbstractHuman motion monitoring and analysis can be an essential part of a wide spectrum of applications, including physical rehabilitation among other potential areas of interest. Creating non-invasive systems for monitoring patients while performing rehabilitation exercises, to provide them with an objective feedback, is one of the current challenges. In this paper we present a wearable multi-sensor system for human motion monitoring, which has been developed for use in rehabilitation. It is composed of a number of small modules that embed high-precision accelerometers and wireless communications to transmit the information related to the body motion to an acquisition device. The results of a set of experiments we made to assess its performance in real-world setups demonstrate its usefulness in human motion acquisition and tracking, as required, for example, in activity recognition, physical/athletic performance evaluation and rehabilitation.
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González-Villanueva, L.; Cagnoni, S.; Ascari, L. Design of a Wearable Sensing System for Human Motion Monitoring in Physical Rehabilitation. Sensors 2013, 13, 7735-7755.View more citation formats
González-Villanueva L, Cagnoni S, Ascari L. Design of a Wearable Sensing System for Human Motion Monitoring in Physical Rehabilitation. Sensors. 2013; 13(6):7735-7755.Chicago/Turabian Style
González-Villanueva, Lara; Cagnoni, Stefano; Ascari, Luca. 2013. "Design of a Wearable Sensing System for Human Motion Monitoring in Physical Rehabilitation." Sensors 13, no. 6: 7735-7755.
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