Validation of an innovative method, based on tilt sensing, for the assessment of activity and body position.


Since there is less movement during sleep than during wake, the recording of body movements by actigraphy has been used to indirectly evaluate the sleep-wake cycle. In general, most actigraphic devices are placed on the wrist and their measures are based on acceleration detection. Here, we propose an alternative way of measuring actigraphy at the level of… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/07420528.2015.1016613


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