Hao-Li Wu

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Despite patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD) were reported of revealing gait disorders and balance problems, there is still lack of objective quantitative measurement of gait patterns and balance capability of AD patients. Based on an inertial-sensor-based wearable device, this paper develops gait and balance analyzing algorithms to obtain quantitative(More)
The similarity comparisons between single-task walking and dual-task walking on Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients has been commonly performed for cognitive declination measurement. This paper presents a personalized gait similarity measurement approach based on Hidden Markov model for the self-comparison between the single-task walking and dual-task(More)
Despite patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD) were reported of revealing gait disorders and balance problems, there is still lack of objective quantitative measurement of gait patterns and balance capability of AD patients. Based on an inertial-sensor-based wearable device, this paper develops gait and balance analyzing algorithms to obtain quantitative(More)
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is becoming one of the major diseases of the elderly. Traditionally, patients take questionnaires or do some balance tests for clinical evaluation. However, results with such evaluation are subjective. For more objective quantitative measurement, this paper uses an inertial-sensor-based device to measure the gait information while(More)
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