Fractal time series analysis of postural stability in elderly and control subjects

@article{Amoud2006FractalTS,
  title={Fractal time series analysis of postural stability in elderly and control subjects},
  author={Hassan Amoud and Mohamed Abadi and David J. Hewson and Val{\'e}rie Michel-Pellegrino and Michel Doussot and Jacques Duch{\^e}ne},
  journal={Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
  year={2006},
  volume={4},
  pages={12 - 12}
}
The study of balance using stabilogram analysis is of particular interest in the study of falls. Although simple statistical parameters derived from the stabilogram have been shown to predict risk of falls, such measures offer little insight into the underlying control mechanisms responsible for degradation in balance. In contrast, fractal and non-linear time-series analysis of stabilograms, such as estimations of the Hurst exponent (H), may provide information related to the underlying motor… CONTINUE READING
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