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Spectral analysis of body sway

Orl; Journal for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Its Related Specialties 39(6): 330-337
Spectral analysis of body sway
The frequency spectrum of the center of gravity in normal [human] subjects while standing was recorded by using a platform-strain gauge system and a digital computer. Individual differences of the spectral patterns resulted in the classification of 3 types. Averaged divisional frequency of each type was calculated in the range below 1 Hz in which the main change between the values with eyes open and those with eyes closed appeared as the frequency shift.

Accession: 006459386

PMID: 566885

DOI: 10.1159/000275375

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