On Gravity Correction for Training and Rehabilitation Lower Limbs Machine

@article{Moughamir2005OnGC,
  title={On Gravity Correction for Training and Rehabilitation Lower Limbs Machine},
  author={Said Moughamir and Noureddine Manamanni and M. A. Gasmi and Janan Zaytoon},
  journal={2005 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference},
  year={2005},
  pages={6721-6724}
}
During a training or rehabilitation session on an isokinetic machine for lower limbs also known as dynamometer, it's necessary to know the real muscular effort by compensating the gravity or undesirable dynamic effects. Thus, the aim of this work is to give a theoretical study and experimentally evaluation of two gravity correction methods. We'll then discuss the advantages and drawbacks of each method and give new trends to follow in this domain 

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