Investigating Arm Symmetry in Swimming Using Inertial Sensors
MetadataShow full item record
The authors used an self developed inertial sensor, which provides triaxial accelerometers and gyroscopes, RF capability and 2GB on-board memory in a waterproof casing attached to swimmers to investigate the symmetry in freestyle swimming. The recorded acceleration data was filtered using a high-pass Hamming windowed FIR filter to remove the sensor orientation from the wanted signal. The signal was then analysed using a zero-crossing detection algorithm to find the induvidual strokes and the differences between left and right arm stroke durations.
Proceedings of IEEE Sensors 2012
Human Movement and Sports Science not elsewhere classified