Ambulatory Sensing of the Dynamic interaction between the human body and the environment

Petrus H. Veltink, H. Martin Schepers

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    Abstract

    This paper presents a method to estimate power transfer between the human body and the environment during short interactions and relatively arbitrary movements with net displacement and varying loads (mass and spring), and appeared to be accurate within 4%.
    Original languageUndefined
    Title of host publicationRehabilitation: Mobility, Exercise and Sports, 4th Int State-of-the-Art Congress
    EditorsR.A. Cooper
    Place of PublicationAmsterdam
    PublisherElsevier
    Pages262-264
    Number of pages3
    ISBN (Print)978-1-60750-080-3
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Publication series

    NameAssistive Technology Research Series
    PublisherElsevier
    Volume26
    ISSN (Print)1383-813X

    Keywords

    • Inertial movement sensing
    • Ambulatory
    • IR-70141
    • METIS-270746
    • power estimation
    • EWI-17592
    • work estimation
    • sensing
    • forces sensing
    • BSS-Biomechatronics and rehabilitation technology

    Cite this

    Veltink, P. H., & Schepers, H. M. (2010). Ambulatory Sensing of the Dynamic interaction between the human body and the environment. In R. A. Cooper (Ed.), Rehabilitation: Mobility, Exercise and Sports, 4th Int State-of-the-Art Congress (pp. 262-264). (Assistive Technology Research Series; Vol. 26). Amsterdam: Elsevier.