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There is growing interest in using inertial sensors to continuously monitor gait during free-living mobility. Inertial sensors can provide many measures to characterize gait, but they struggle to capture the spatial stability of the center-of-mass due to inherent limitations estimating sensor-to-sensor distance. While the margin of stability (MoS) is an established outcome describing the instantaneous mechanical stability of gait relating to fall-risk, methods to estimate the MoS from inertialdoi:10.1101/768192 fatcat:wtakxwzmobhkjabqg7g4jwa274