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Given the growing number of elderly people and patients diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, monitoring functional activities using wearable wireless sensors can be used to promote the Quality of Life and healthier life styles. We propose a novel and practical solution using three small wearable wireless Functional Activity Monitor (FAM) sensors and a(More)
The development of functional activity monitors (FAMs) will allow rehabilitation researchers and clinicians to evaluate treatment efficacy, to monitor compliance to exercise instructions, and to provide real time feedback in the treatment of movement disorders during the performance of daily activities. The purpose of the present study was to develop and(More)
Early damage to white matter of the brain may have developmental consequences for prematurely born infants including the coordination of leg movements. Our perspective is that white matter damage initiates an ontogenetic course that may lead to movement dysfunction leading to disability. In this study, spontaneous kicking in the human infant is a "window"(More)
This research proposed an efficient method in classification of Human Activity Recognition tasks. The evaluated tuned models show higher than 99 percent mean accuracy and gain more training and testing accuracy in comparison to previous studies. Dimensionally reduction have been introduced based on P-value evaluation in feature space. Finally a hybrid model(More)
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