Angelo Maria Sabatini
Angelo Maria Sabatini
The BioRobotics Institute, Sensor Signals and Information Processing Area
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Quaternion-based extended Kalman filter for determining orientation by inertial and magnetic sensing
AM Sabatini
IEEE transactions on Biomedical Engineering 53 (7), 1346-1356, 2006
8302006
Machine learning methods for classifying human physical activity from on-body accelerometers
A Mannini, AM Sabatini
Sensors 10 (2), 1154-1175, 2010
7452010
A survey of glove-based systems and their applications
L Dipietro, AM Sabatini, P Dario
Ieee transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics, part c (applications and…, 2008
6602008
Assessment of walking features from foot inertial sensing
AM Sabatini, C Martelloni, S Scapellato, F Cavallo
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 52 (3), 486-494, 2005
6392005
Activity recognition using a single accelerometer placed at the wrist or ankle
A Mannini, SS Intille, M Rosenberger, AM Sabatini, W Haskell
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 45 (11), 2193, 2013
3252013
Estimating three-dimensional orientation of human body parts by inertial/magnetic sensing
AM Sabatini
Sensors 11 (2), 1489-1525, 2011
2312011
Using kinematic analysis to evaluate constraint-induced movement therapy in chronic stroke patients
M Caimmi, S Carda, C Giovanzana, ES Maini, AM Sabatini, N Smania, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 22 (1), 31-39, 2008
1882008
Estimating orientation using magnetic and inertial sensors and different sensor fusion approaches: accuracy assessment in manual and locomotion tasks
E Bergamini, G Ligorio, A Somma, G Vannozzi, A Cappozzo, AM Sabatini
Sensors 14 (10), 18625-18649, 2014
1802014
Evaluation of an instrumented glove for hand-movement acquisition
L Dipietro, AM Sabatini, P Dario
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 40 (2), 179-190, 2003
1802003
A novel Kalman filter for human motion tracking with an inertial-based dynamic inclinometer
G Ligorio, AM Sabatini
IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 62 (8), 2033-2043, 2015
1322015
Kalman-filter-based orientation determination using inertial/magnetic sensors: observability analysis and performance evaluation
AM Sabatini
Sensors 11 (10), 9182-9206, 2011
1302011
Gait phase detection and discrimination between walking–jogging activities using hidden Markov models applied to foot motion data from a gyroscope
A Mannini, AM Sabatini
Gait & posture 36 (4), 657-661, 2012
1202012
Quaternion-based strap-down integration method for applications of inertial sensing to gait analysis
AM Sabatini
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 43 (1), 94-101, 2005
1142005
A hybrid approach to EMG pattern analysis for classification of arm movements using statistical and fuzzy techniques
S Micera, AM Sabatini, P Dario, B Rossi
Medical engineering & physics 21 (5), 303-311, 1999
1101999
Polymer electret guidance channels enhance peripheral nerve regeneration in mice
RF Valentini, AM Sabatini, P Dario, P Aebischer
Brain Research 480 (1-2), 300-304, 1989
1061989
An algorithm for detecting the onset of muscle contraction by EMG signal processing
S Micera, AM Sabatini, P Dario
Medical engineering & physics 20 (3), 211-215, 1998
991998
Extended Kalman filter-based methods for pose estimation using visual, inertial and magnetic sensors: Comparative analysis and performance evaluation
G Ligorio, AM Sabatini
Sensors 13 (2), 1919-1941, 2013
982013
A machine learning framework for gait classification using inertial sensors: application to elderly, post-stroke and Huntington’s disease patients
A Mannini, D Trojaniello, A Cereatti, AM Sabatini
Sensors 16 (1), 134, 2016
952016
Improving detection of muscle activation intervals
S Micera, G Vannozzi, AM Sabatini, P Dario
IEEE Engineering in medicine and Biology Magazine 20 (6), 38-46, 2001
952001
Experimental evaluation of two commercial force sensors for applications in biomechanics and motor control
F Vecchi, C Freschi, S Micera, AM Sabatini, P Dario, R Sacchetti
5th Ann. Conf. of Int. FES, 2000
942000
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