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The purpose of this study was to determine (a) the number of isometric trunk flexions needed to obtain a stable measure of exertion, (b) the least variable parameter to be used to quantify maximum isometric trunk flexion, and (c) the time interval needed to obtain the least variable measure of maximum isometric flexion. Ten adult males served as subjects.(More)
STUDY DESIGN Data were collected from 183 subjects who were randomly assigned to the training and test groups. During testing of the classification system, knowledge of the low back pain condition or motion characteristics of the patients in the test group was not made available to the system. OBJECTIVES To determine specific characteristics of trunk(More)
In this paper we introduce an innovative application designed to make collaborative design review in the architectural and automotive domain more effective. For this purpose we present a system architecture which combines a variety of visualization technologies such as high resolution multi-tile displays, TabletPCs and head-mounted displays with innovative(More)