Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2013 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Experimental Evaluation of Balance Prediction Models for Sit-to-Stand Movement in the Sagittal Plane

Figure 3

An example of balance control prediction for normal sit-to-stand conditions (a) and demanding sit-to-stand conditions (b) (subject C). The solid lines show the boundaries for sit-to-stand balance control calculated with the inertia variable model, while the broken lines show the boundaries calculated with a simple inverted pendulum model. The open circles represent the successful sit-to-stand data while the closed circles represent the unsuccessful sit-to-stand data. In order to consider a data to be stable, the whole error bar on the point should be inside the boundaries.
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(a) Normal sit-to-stand data
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(b) Demanding sit-to-stand data

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