Continuous versus discrete data analysis for gait evaluation of horses with induced bilateral hindlimb lameness

Ineke Smit
Background: Gait kinematics measured during equine gait analysis are typically evaluated by analysing (asymmetry-based) discrete variables (e.g. peak values) obtained from continuous kinematic signals (e.g. timeseries of datapoints). However, when used for the assessment of complex cases of lameness, such as bilateral lameness, discrete variable analysis might overlook relevant functional adaptations. Objectives: The overall aim of this paper is to compare continuous and discrete data analysis techniques to evaluate kinematic gait adaptations to lameness. Study...
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