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This article reviews the basic concepts underlying the balance system, describes the information provided by dynamic posturography, and explains how the technique complements and expands on the information provided by traditional tests of vestibular function.
In this paper, the study of the evolution of approximation space theory and its applications is considered in the context of rough sets introduced by Zdziss law Pawlak and information granulation as well as computing with words formulated by Lotfi Zadeh. Central to this evolution is the rough-mereological approach to approximation of information granules.… (More)
The present case study assessed the feasibility of using an interactive gaming system, coupled with the manipulation of common objects, as a form of repetitive, task-specific movement therapy. Three adults with moderate chronic motor impairments of the fingers and hand participated: one 36-year-old man with an incomplete cervical spinal cord injury, one… (More)
The focus of this article is on various approaches to discerning patterns in nonempty sets endowed with a proximity (nearness) relation. Patterns arise in repetitions of some form in the arrangement of the parts of a set. To simplify the steps leading to pattern discovery, an approach inspired by M. Kat˘ etov is used, where one proximitises certain parts of… (More)
This article gives a brief overview of near sets. The proposed approach in introducing near sets is to consider a set theory-based form of nearness (proximity) called discrete proximity. There are two basic types of near sets, namely, spatially near sets and descriptively near sets. By endowing a nonempty set with some form of a nearness (proximity)… (More)
This article introduces perceptual resemblance of plastic surgery facial images using near sets. Near sets are disjoint sets that resemble each other. Near sets facilitate measurement of similarity between objects (digital images) based on features values (obtained by probe functions) that describe the objects. Resemblance between disjoint sets occurs… (More)