"The methods for symmetry line detection presented in the literature are typically suited to analyse symmetric upright postures, both standing and seated. The method being proposed focuses on the symmetry line detection in subjects assuming. asymmetric postures in which this line falls far outside the sagittal plane. The proposed approach evaluates the symmetry line by means of an autoregressive process in order to determine the set of planes suited to slice the back coherently with its. geometric spatial configuration. The method is analysed assuming the cutaneous marking as reference and it is compared. with a previous one, also developed by these authors. Results are analysed and critically discussed."

A method for 3D detection of symmetry line in asymmetric postures

DI ANGELO, LUCA;DI STEFANO, PAOLO;
2013-01-01

Abstract

"The methods for symmetry line detection presented in the literature are typically suited to analyse symmetric upright postures, both standing and seated. The method being proposed focuses on the symmetry line detection in subjects assuming. asymmetric postures in which this line falls far outside the sagittal plane. The proposed approach evaluates the symmetry line by means of an autoregressive process in order to determine the set of planes suited to slice the back coherently with its. geometric spatial configuration. The method is analysed assuming the cutaneous marking as reference and it is compared. with a previous one, also developed by these authors. Results are analysed and critically discussed."
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