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“…The proposed method can therefore be used for the analysis of pathological gait, where features are commonly independent of the exact foot contact (e.g. Buchner et al, 1996;Peham et al, 1996;Uhlir et al, 1997;Audigie et al, 2002;Keegan et al, 2003Keegan et al, , 2004Kramer et al, 2004). Since none of the features expressed as % stride was dependent on Froude Number or stride duration, no systematic changes of the foot contact estimate relative to the gait cycle should be expected with increasing trotting speed.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…The proposed method can therefore be used for the analysis of pathological gait, where features are commonly independent of the exact foot contact (e.g. Buchner et al, 1996;Peham et al, 1996;Uhlir et al, 1997;Audigie et al, 2002;Keegan et al, 2003Keegan et al, , 2004Kramer et al, 2004). Since none of the features expressed as % stride was dependent on Froude Number or stride duration, no systematic changes of the foot contact estimate relative to the gait cycle should be expected with increasing trotting speed.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…This approach was based on the experimental evidence that movement patterns of lame horses can be reconstructed from A1 and A2 with near 100% reconstruction (Peham et al, 1996;Audigie et al, 2002). The pattern of the sacrum trajectory was controlled by varying the phase relationship φ between symmetrical (A2) and asymmetrical (A1) component from 0.25π to π (for examples see Fig.…”
Section: Theoretical Hind Limb Lameness Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[4][5][6][7] Computer-assisted kinematic gait analysis has been used to establish objective lameness evaluation techniques that could be adapted for clinical use. [8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22] Studies 13,14,18-23 have revealed that kinematic evaluation of vertical motion of the head and pelvis in relation to vertical movement of the feet on 1 side of the body is all that is required to detect lameness and differentiate the affected limb.…”
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confidence: 99%