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The Merits of Artificial Proprioception, with Applications in Biofeedback Gait Rehabilitation Concepts and Movement Disorder Characterization

By Robert LeMoyne, Cristian Coroian, Timothy Mastroianni, Pawel Opalinski, Michael Cozza and Warren Grundfest

Published: October 1st 2009

DOI: 10.5772/7883

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Robert LeMoyne, Cristian Coroian, Timothy Mastroianni, Pawel Opalinski, Michael Cozza and Warren Grundfest (October 1st 2009). The Merits of Artificial Proprioception, with Applications in Biofeedback Gait Rehabilitation Concepts and Movement Disorder Characterization, Biomedical Engineering, Carlos Alexandre Barros de Mello, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/7883. Available from:

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