Extracting nudge test parameters from noisy skin mounted accelerometer data
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AbstractTo correct for soft tissue artefacts in skin mounted accelerometers a transmissibility function can be applied to the data. This function is quantified by analysis of the acceleration-time data from the response to a nudge test; however this data can often be noisy. An application of Fourier analysis can be used to filter the acceleration-time data of the nudge test response. This allows accurate recreation of the signal to determine the required transmissibility function.
CitationSmith, T., Foster, R. and Baker, M. (2019) Extracting nudge test parameters from noisy skin mounted accelerometer data, XXVII Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB2019), 31st July-4th August, Calgary, Canada.
PublisherInternational Society of Biomechanics
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