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Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Health-enabling technologies (HET) have high potential in rehabilitation to support patients performing their home exercises. The modeling of human movements as well as the modelling of quality criteria of an exercise performance remains challenging when implementing HETs. A combination of data-driven approaches and knowledge-based methods may deliver new insights. This requires structured quality assessments of concrete exercise performances from a therapists' point of view. Therefore, adoi:10.3233/shti220123 pmid:35673062 fatcat:vhp35wrutfgxlgnc6dhk7kqd6i