Quantitative evaluation of walking style from the temporal and spatial etc

For effective guidance of walking, the authors developed a quantitative method for evaluating the quality of walking based on physical feature parameters reflecting the views of specialists in walking guidance. The concept of quality of walking comprises foot movement, balance, including the upper body, and the aesthetic aspect. This study focuses on foot movement, which allows easy relation of subjective evaluation and physical features.
Kyoko Sudo, Satoshi Shimada, Yukiyasu Iida, Yasuko Takahashi, Sakuichi Ohtsuka
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Date Published:
28 Dec 2005
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Japan Location: unknown

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