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A Compact Forearm Crutch Based on Force Sensors for Aided Gait: Reliability and Validity [Article]
Frequently, patients who suffer injuries in some lower member require forearm crutches in order to partially unload weight-bearing. These lesions cause pain in lower limb unloading and their progression should be controlled ...
Heuristic evaluation on mobile interfaces: a new checklist [Article]
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2014)
The rapid evolution and adoption of mobile devices raise new usability challenges, given their limitations (in screen size, battery life, etc.) as well as the specific requirements of this new interaction. Traditional ...
Five years of designing wireless sensor networks in the Doñana Biological Reserve (Spain): an applications approach [Article]
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are a technology that is becoming very popular for many applications, and environmental monitoring is one of its most important application areas. This technology solves the lack of flexibility ...
Securing a wireless sensor network for human tracking: a review of solutions [Article]
Currently, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are formed by devices with limited resources and limited power energy availability. Thanks to their cost effectiveness, flexibility, and ease of deployment, wireless sensor ...