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Classifying Human Motion

In 2006, research collaborators Dr. B. Prabhakaran, Gaurav Pradhan (Computer Science and Engineering), and Dr. Navzer Engineer (antÉ Institute) working with Dr. Mihai Nadin, began gathering data on the AnticipationScope™ in the Motion Capture Lab at the University of Texas at Dallas. Gaurav Pradhan based his Ph.D. Thesis on data resulting from this research. The AnticipationScope™ is a proprietary method for collecting and quantifying physiological and neurological data.

Published research:

Integration of Motion Capture and EMG data for Classifying the Human Motions. Proceedings of the IEEE 23rd International Conference on Data Engineering Workshops (April 17-20 2007) 56-63.

An Integrated Mobile Wireless System for Capturing Physiological Data Streams During a Cognitive-Motor Task: Applications for Aging. 2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop. Emerging Technologies for Healthcare and Quality of Life, UT-Dallas, November 11-12, 2007

Analyzing Motoric and Physiological Data in Describing Upper Extremity Movement in the Aged, in International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments