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Research Article

Effect of Common Pavements on Interjoint Coordination of Walking with and without Robotic Exoskeleton

Table 3

Coordination: CRP root mean square (CRPRMS) and variability (CRPSD) over the full gait cycle for participants () with/without exoskeleton over the gait cycle on each kind of pavements.

With exoskeletonWithout exoskeleton
TiledCarpetWoodenConcretePebbledTiledCarpetWoodenConcretePebbled

CRPHip-Knee/RMS
Early stance
Midstance
Late stance
Swing

CRPKnee-Ankle/RMS
Early stance
Midstance
Late stance
Swing
CRPHip-Knee/SD
CRPKnee-Ankle/SD

Root mean square (RMS) as the . (0–10%) data points in one gait cycle for each participant, (10–50%) data points in one gait cycle for midstance, (50–60%) data points in one gait cycle for late stance, and (60–100%) data points in one gait cycle for the swing phase.

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