Largest lyapunov exponents of ankle, knee and hip flexion during gait

Olivia Mae McGleish, We-Qing Tan, Sophie Hill, Emma Hayashibara, Helena Watson, Philip Riches

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Abstract

Chaos is the deterministic yet non-periodic behaviour of a system [1]: every chaotic cycle is physically determined by an unbroken chain of observations, but which gives results that appear unpredictable [2]. Chaos theory has been applied to gait variability previously (e.g. [3], [4]) and may be useful in providing an insight into the biomechanical effect of musculoskeletal pathology [3]. Current technology facilitates extensive data collection, ideal for gait variability studies, and we wished to utilise this capability to simultaneously investigate variability in ankle, knee and hip flexion over a 20 minute period.

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  • gait variability
  • chaos theory
  • musculoskeletal pathology

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McGleish, O. M., Tan, W-Q., Hill, S., Hayashibara, E., Watson, H., & Riches, P. (2018). Largest lyapunov exponents of ankle, knee and hip flexion during gait. Poster session presented at XV International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human Movement, Salford, United Kingdom.
McGleish, Olivia Mae ; Tan, We-Qing ; Hill, Sophie ; Hayashibara, Emma ; Watson, Helena ; Riches, Philip. / Largest lyapunov exponents of ankle, knee and hip flexion during gait. Poster session presented at XV International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human Movement, Salford, United Kingdom.
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Largest lyapunov exponents of ankle, knee and hip flexion during gait. / McGleish, Olivia Mae; Tan, We-Qing; Hill, Sophie; Hayashibara, Emma; Watson, Helena; Riches, Philip.

2018. Poster session presented at XV International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human Movement, Salford, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

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