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Mobile system allowing adaptation of the runner's cadence

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The BeatHealth system aims to develop a mobile music listening device synchronizing in a personalized way music and movement, and dedicated to improving the kinematics of the runner. Thanks to inertial units connected to a smartphone, the runner's steps are detected in real time by the mobile application. A dedicated algorithm adapts the pulsation of the musical excerpts in such a way as to bring the runner to a suitable cadence, capable of preventing injuries. The present invention concerns a method for the synchronization of the rhythmic stimulation with the biological variability using a Kuramoto model characterized in that phase oscillator with a coupling term from the movement dynamics with parameters of,coupling strength, maximum and minimum frequencies for a fraction of the unmodified song frequency, maximum difference between the tempo and target frequency, Targetthe target frequency.

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Bardy, Benoît, et al. Mobile System Allowing Adaptation of the Runner’s Cadence. 2019.
APA
Bardy, B., Dalla Bella, S., Varoqui, D., Buhmann, J., Leman, M., Moens, B., … Cochen De Cock, V. (2019). Mobile system allowing adaptation of the runner’s cadence.
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Bardy, Benoît, Simone Dalla Bella, Déborah Varoqui, Jeska Buhmann, Marc Leman, Bart Moens, Edith Van Dyck, et al. 2019. “Mobile System Allowing Adaptation of the Runner’s Cadence.”
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Bardy, Benoît, Simone Dalla Bella, Déborah Varoqui, Jeska Buhmann, Marc Leman, Bart Moens, Edith Van Dyck, Sean O’Leary, Joseph Timoney, Rudi Villing, Tomas Ward, and Valérie Cochen De Cock. 2019. “Mobile System Allowing Adaptation of the Runner’s Cadence.”
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Bardy B, Dalla Bella S, Varoqui D, Buhmann J, Leman M, Moens B, et al. Mobile system allowing adaptation of the runner’s cadence. 2019.
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B. Bardy et al., “Mobile system allowing adaptation of the runner’s cadence.” 2019.
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  abstract     = {The BeatHealth system aims to develop a mobile music listening device synchronizing in a personalized way music and movement, and dedicated to improving the kinematics of the runner. Thanks to inertial units connected to a smartphone, the runner's steps are detected in real time by the mobile application. A dedicated algorithm adapts the pulsation of the musical excerpts in such a way as to bring the runner to a suitable cadence, capable of preventing injuries. The present invention concerns a method for the synchronization of the rhythmic stimulation with the biological variability using a Kuramoto model characterized in that phase oscillator with a coupling term from the movement dynamics with parameters of,coupling strength, maximum and minimum frequencies for a fraction of the unmodified song frequency, maximum difference between the tempo and target frequency, Targetthe target frequency.},
  author       = {Bardy, Benoît and Dalla Bella, Simone and Varoqui, Déborah and Buhmann, Jeska and Leman, Marc and Moens, Bart and Van Dyck, Edith and O'Leary, Sean and Timoney, Joseph and Villing, Rudi and Ward, Tomas and Cochen De Cock, Valérie},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Mobile system allowing adaptation of the runner's cadence},
  url          = {https://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=WO2019020755},
  year         = {2019},
}