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Publikationen

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Clinical Publication

Efficient fall detection in four directions based on smart insoles and RDAE-LSTM model

The proposed RDAE-LSTM network provides a reliable testing result in classification, with 98.6% accuracy and 8.7 ms response time for determining fall directions.
Sport Publication

Measuring variation in vertical ground reaction force for football boot midsoles, playing surfaces and football specific movements

The study aimed to investigate the effect of midsoles, surfaces and specific football movements on peak vertical ground reaction force (VGRF).
Sport Publication

Acute Effect of Inhibitory Kinesio Tape on Range of Motion, Dynamic Balance, and Gait in Athletes with Hamstring Shortness

The goal of the present study was to investigate the acute effects of kinesio tape on range of motion (ROM), perceived stiffness, and kinetic parameters in athletes with hamstring shortness.
Clinical Publication

Efficient fall detection in four directions based on smart insoles and RDAE-LSTM model

The proposed RDAE-LSTM network provides a reliable testing result in classification, with 98.6% accuracy and 8.7 ms response time for determining fall directions.
Sport Publication

Measuring variation in vertical ground reaction force for football boot midsoles, playing surfaces and football specific movements

The study aimed to investigate the effect of midsoles, surfaces and specific football movements on peak vertical ground reaction force (VGRF).
Sport Publication

Acute Effect of Inhibitory Kinesio Tape on Range of Motion, Dynamic Balance, and Gait in Athletes with Hamstring Shortness

The goal of the present study was to investigate the acute effects of kinesio tape on range of motion (ROM), perceived stiffness, and kinetic parameters in athletes with hamstring shortness.
Clinical Publication

Is remote active feedback gait retraining comparable to in-person retraining 2 years post anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

Recent advancements in wearable technologies render active feedback gait retraining feasible in natural environments. It is unknown whether in-person and remote gait retraining would have similar effects on the KAM.