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Distance: A Moderator Between Walking Activity and Pattern Classification

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Author(s): Ching Yee Yong | Kim Mey Chew | Rubita Sudirman | Nasrul Humaimi Mahmood

Journal: International Journal of Advances in Applied Sciences
ISSN 2252-8814

Volume: 1;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 85;
Date: 2012;
Original page

ABSTRACT
The research of this paper is to investigate does distance will affecting the walking activity and the pattern for classification. This paper built a comprehensive picture of the human walking activity, programming language, workflow of the tool, features extraction and patterns classification method and captured the attitudes of the respondents. The subject was performed a range of walking activity in a controlled laboratory setting. The result of this study shows that the moderating effects of walking distance explains 15.80% (Gyroscope), 74.60% (Accelerometer) and 98.60% (Compass) of variance in research output. The result is expected to be beneficial and able to assist researchers and medical officers in analyzing human motion and its pattern classification.
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