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Academic Article Application of linear and nonlinear time series modeling to heart rate dynamics analysis.
Academic Article Footswitch system for measurement of the temporal parameters of gait.
Academic Article Characterization of freezing of gait subtypes and the response of each to levodopa in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Assessing fear of falling: Can a short version of the Activities-specific Balance Confidence scale be useful?
Academic Article Self-report of missteps in older adults: a valid proxy of fall risk?
Academic Article An instrumented timed up and go: the added value of an accelerometer for identifying fall risk in idiopathic fallers.
Academic Article High-level gait disorder: associations with specific white matter changes observed on advanced diffusion imaging.
Academic Article Validation of seat-off and seat-on in repeated sit-to-stand movements using a single-body-fixed sensor.
Academic Article Automated approach for quantifying the repeated sit-to-stand using one body fixed sensor in young and older adults.
Academic Article Introducing a new definition of a near fall: intra-rater and inter-rater reliability.
Academic Article Validation of a method for real time foot position and orientation tracking with Microsoft Kinect technology for use in virtual reality and treadmill based gait training programs.
Academic Article Balance testing with inertial sensors in patients with Parkinson's disease: assessment of motor subtypes.
Academic Article Do you see what I see? Mobile eye-tracker contextual analysis and inter-rater reliability.
Academic Article A roadmap for implementation of patient-centered digital outcome measures in Parkinson's disease obtained using mobile health technologies.

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