On Thursday, 2017-08-03, at 14:15 at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science in P20 lecture hall, Christine Martindale will talk about mobile gait analysis. This is a well-known area with publications regarding applications in the medical field for groups such as the elderly and Parkinsons patients, and on the fitness side, running applications and smart watches. However, there are still challenges to overcome in order to achieve mobile gait analysis for heterogenous diseases such as those displaying spastic gait. On the fitness and athlete side, there is still no widely applicable solution to the need for accurate and realistic training data. Her research work begins to address a solution for mobile gait analysis for Hereditary Spastic Paraplegic gait and, in collaboration with Assist. Prof. Sebastijan Šprager, semi-supervised learning methods to reduce the need for large volumes of labeled data for training of clinically applicable mobile gait analysis solutions
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