Temporal feature estimation during walking using miniature accelerometers: an analysis of gait improvement after hip arthroplasty

@article{Aminian1999TemporalFE,
  title={Temporal feature estimation during walking using miniature accelerometers: an analysis of gait improvement after hip arthroplasty},
  author={Dr K. Aminian and Karen Rezakhanlou and Eduardo de Andr{\'e}s and Christoph Fritsch and P. -F. Leyvraz and Ph Robert},
  journal={Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing},
  year={1999},
  volume={37},
  pages={686-691}
}
A new method for the detection of gait cycle phases using only two miniature accelerometers together with a light, portable digital recorder is proposed. Each subject is asked to walk on a walkway at his/her own preferred speed. Gait analysis was performed using an original method of computing the values of temporal parameters from accelerometer signals. First, to validate the accelerometric method, measurements are taken on a group of healthy subjects. No significant differences are observed… CONTINUE READING

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