Control Systems Approach to Balance Stabilization during Human Standing and Walking

@inproceedings{Wu2015ControlSA,
  title={Control Systems Approach to Balance Stabilization during Human Standing and Walking},
  author={Amy R. Wu},
  year={2015}
}
Control Systems Approach to Balance Stabilization during Human Standing and Walking by Amy R. Wu Chair: Arthur D. Kuo Humans rely on cooperation from multiple sensorimotor processes to navigate a complex world. Poor function of one or more components can lead to reduced mobility or increased risk of falls, particularly with age. At present, quantification and characterization of poor postural control typically focus on single sensors rather than the ensemble and lack methods to consider the… CONTINUE READING

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