Olivier Chételat

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—In this paper we derive a reduced model, that is, a model in terms of independent generalized coordinates, for the equations of motion of closed-chain mechanisms. We highlight the fact that the model has two special characteristics which make it different from models of open-chain mechanisms. First, it is defined locally in the generalized coordinates. We(More)
Smart clothes increase the efficiency of long-term non-invasive monitoring systems by facilitating the placement of sensors and increasing the number of measurement locations. Since the sensors are either garment-integrated or embedded in an unobtrusive way in the garment, the impact on the subject's comfort is minimized. However, the main challenge of(More)
Pulse-wave velocity (PWV) is considered as the gold-standard method to assess arterial stiffness, an independent predictor of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Current available devices that measure PWV need to be operated by skilled medical staff, thus, reducing the potential use of PWV in the ambulatory setting. In this paper, we present a new(More)
Cooperative sensors are an emerging technology consisting of autonomous sensor units working in concert to measure physiological signals requiring distant sensing points, such as biopotential (e.g., ECG) or bioimpedance (e.g., EIT). Their advantage with respect to the state-of-the-art technology is that they do not require shielded and even insulated cables(More)
LTMS-S is a new wearable system for the monitoring of several physiological signals--including a two-lead electrocardiogram (ECG)--and parameters, such as the heart rate, the breathing rate, the peripheral oxygen saturation (SpO2), the core body temperature (CBT), and the physical activity. All signals are measured using only three sensors embedded within a(More)
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