Sensor Evaluation for Wearable Strain Gauges in Neurological Rehabilitation

@article{Giorgino2009SensorEF,
  title={Sensor Evaluation for Wearable Strain Gauges in Neurological Rehabilitation},
  author={Toni Giorgino and Paolo Tormene and Federico Lorussi and D. E. De Rossi and Silvana Quaglini},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
  year={2009},
  volume={17},
  pages={409-415}
}
Conductive elastomers are a novel strain sensing technology which can be unobtrusively embedded into a garment's fabric, allowing a new type of sensorized cloths for motion analysis. A possible application for this technology is remote monitoring and control of motor rehabilitation exercises. The present work describes a sensorized shirt for upper limb posture recognition. Supervised learning techniques have been employed to compare classification models for the analysis of strains… CONTINUE READING
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