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Experimental vs. model-based comparison of stepping threshold in response to external force-controlled perturbation

Résumé : Stepping is a common protective strategy for dynamic balance recovery following external perturbations of stance. The present study investigated the threshold for triggering a step during force-controlled forward perturbations of different durations delivered at waist level, and confronted the experimental results with a simple biomechanical model that could predict when a subject had to step.
Keywords : STEPPING
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Marie-Laure Mille, Pascal Vallee, Romain Tisserand, Jean-Louis Vercher, Richard C. Fitzpatrick, et al.. Experimental vs. model-based comparison of stepping threshold in response to external force-controlled perturbation. 2017 ISPGR World Congress, Jun 2017, FORT LAUDERDALE, United States. 2 p. ⟨hal-01791265⟩

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