AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE ACTUAL FUNCTIONAL EFFICIENCY OF GAIT.

G. C. Santambrogio, R. Andrich

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Abstract

An automatic procedure for the evaluation of locomotor efficiency is proposed. On the basis of the results provided by the Vector Diagram Technique for the analysis of human locomotion, a data collection suitably arranged into homogeneous files is adopted for statistical comparison between different pathologies and normal gait. From the arising differences, computed at two levels of significance and displayed in discrete and continuous forms, indexes of abnormality are proposed to quantify the original deficit and the recovery after specific therapeutic treatments.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
EditorsCliff Brubaker
PublisherRehabilitation Engineering Soc of North America
Pages27-29
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Santambrogio, G. C., & Andrich, R. (1985). AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE ACTUAL FUNCTIONAL EFFICIENCY OF GAIT. In C. Brubaker (Ed.), Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 27-29). Rehabilitation Engineering Soc of North America.

AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE ACTUAL FUNCTIONAL EFFICIENCY OF GAIT. / Santambrogio, G. C.; Andrich, R.

Unknown Host Publication Title. ed. / Cliff Brubaker. Rehabilitation Engineering Soc of North America, 1985. p. 27-29.

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Santambrogio, GC & Andrich, R 1985, AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE ACTUAL FUNCTIONAL EFFICIENCY OF GAIT. in C Brubaker (ed.), Unknown Host Publication Title. Rehabilitation Engineering Soc of North America, pp. 27-29.
Santambrogio GC, Andrich R. AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE ACTUAL FUNCTIONAL EFFICIENCY OF GAIT. In Brubaker C, editor, Unknown Host Publication Title. Rehabilitation Engineering Soc of North America. 1985. p. 27-29
Santambrogio, G. C. ; Andrich, R. / AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE ACTUAL FUNCTIONAL EFFICIENCY OF GAIT. Unknown Host Publication Title. editor / Cliff Brubaker. Rehabilitation Engineering Soc of North America, 1985. pp. 27-29
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