Classification of Gait Type Based on Deep Learning Using Various Sensors with Smart Insole
AbstractIn this paper, we proposed a gait type classification method based on deep learning using a smart insole with various sensor arrays. We measured gait data using a pressure sensor array, an acceleration sensor array, and a gyro sensor array built into a smart insole. Features of gait pattern were then extracted using a deep convolution neural network (DCNN). In order to accomplish this, measurement data of continuous gait cycle were divided into unit steps. Pre-processing of data were then performed to remove noise followed by data normalization. A feature map was then extracted by constructing an independent DCNN for data obtained from each sensor array. Each of the feature maps was then combined to form a fully connected network for gait type classification. Experimental results for seven types of gait (walking, fast walking, running, stair climbing, stair descending, hill climbing, and hill descending) showed that the proposed method provided a high classification rate of more than 90%. View Full-Text
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Lee, S.-S.; Choi, S.T.; Choi, S.-I. Classification of Gait Type Based on Deep Learning Using Various Sensors with Smart Insole. Sensors 2019, 19, 1757.
Lee S-S, Choi ST, Choi S-I. Classification of Gait Type Based on Deep Learning Using Various Sensors with Smart Insole. Sensors. 2019; 19(8):1757.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lee, Sung-Sin; Choi, Sang T.; Choi, Sang-Il. 2019. "Classification of Gait Type Based on Deep Learning Using Various Sensors with Smart Insole." Sensors 19, no. 8: 1757.
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