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This work aims to create an advanced human-computer interface called ENLAZA for people with cerebral palsy (CP). Although there are computer-access solutions for disabled people in general, there are few evidences from motor disabled community (e.g., CP) using these alternative interfaces. The proposed interface is based on inertial sensors in order to characterize involuntary motion in terms of time, frequency and range of motion. This characterization is used to design a filtering techniquedoi:10.3390/s120303049 pmid:22736992 pmcid:PMC3376565 fatcat:l35xfdg27rggdmo4xkitpjqpqe