Philippe Terrier
Philippe Terrier
Senior academic associate, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Western Switzerland
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TitleCited byYear
GPS analysis of human locomotion: further evidence for long-range correlations in stride-to-stride fluctuations of gait parameters
P Terrier, V Turner, Y Schutz
Human movement science 24 (1), 97-115, 2005
1382005
Walking activity measured by accelerometry during respiratory rehabilitation
M Coronado, JP Janssens, B de Muralt, P Terrier, Y Schutz, JW Fitting
Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention 23 (5), 357-364, 2003
1182003
Can accelerometry accurately predict the energy cost of uphill/downhill walking?
P Terrier, K Aminian, Y Schutz
Ergonomics 44 (1), 48-62, 2001
1172001
Variability of gait patterns during unconstrained walking assessed by satellite positioning (GPS)
P Terrier, Y Schutz
European journal of applied physiology 90 (5-6), 554-561, 2003
1162003
Kinematic variability, fractal dynamics and local dynamic stability of treadmill walking
P Terrier, O Dériaz
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 8 (1), 12, 2011
1142011
High-precision satellite positioning system as a new tool to study the biomechanics of human locomotion
P Terrier, Q Ladetto, B Merminod, Y Schutz
Journal of Biomechanics 33 (12), 1717-1722, 2000
1112000
A new accelerometric method to assess the daily walking practice.
Y Schutz, S Weinsier, P Terrier, D Durrer
International journal of obesity and related metabolic disorders: journal of …, 2002
1042002
Improvement of walking speed prediction by accelerometry and altimetry, validated by satellite positioning
O Perrin, P Terrier, Q Ladetto, B Merminod, Y Schutz
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 38 (2), 164-168, 2000
1042000
How useful is satellite positioning system (GPS) to track gait parameters? A review.
P Terrier, Y Schutz
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 2, 28, 2005
922005
Effect of age on the variability and stability of gait: a cross-sectional treadmill study in healthy individuals between 20 and 69 years of age
P Terrier, F Reynard
Gait & posture 41 (1), 170-174, 2015
892015
Measurement of the mechanical power of walking by satellite positioning system (GPS)
P Terrier, Q Ladetto, B Merminod, Y Schutz
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 33 (11), 1912-1918, 2001
802001
Persistent and anti-persistent pattern in stride-to-stride variability of treadmill walking: influence of rhythmic auditory cueing
P Terrier, O Dériaz
Human Movement Science 31 (6), 1585-1597, 2012
592012
Nonlinear dynamics of human locomotion: effects of rhythmic auditory cueing on local dynamic stability
P Terrier, O Dériaz
Front. Physiol. 4, 230, 2013
492013
Could Local Dynamic Stability Serve as an Early Predictor of Falls in Patients with Moderate Neurological Gait Disorders? A Reliability and Comparison Study in Healthy …
F Reynard, P Vuadens, O Deriaz, P Terrier
PLOS ONE 9 (6), e100550, 2014
462014
Human walking analysis assisted by DGPS
Q Ladetto, V Gabaglio, B Merminod, P Terrier, Y Schutz
GNSS, Edinburgh, 1-4, 2000
432000
Local dynamic stability of treadmill walking: intrasession and week-to-week repeatability
F Reynard, P Terrier
Journal of biomechanics 47 (1), 74-80, 2014
302014
Local dynamic stability as a responsive index for the evaluation of rehabilitation effect on fall risk in patients with multiple sclerosis: a longitudinal study
R Hilfiker, C Vaney, B Gattlen, A Meichtry, O Deriaz, V Lugon-Moulin, ...
BMC Research Notes 6 (1), 260, 2013
302013
Role of visual input in the control of dynamic balance: variability and instability of gait in treadmill walking while blindfolded
F Reynard, P Terrier
Experimental brain research 233 (4), 1031-1040, 2015
262015
On foot navigation: When gps alone is not enough
Q Ladetto, B Merminod, P Terrier, Y Schutz
The Journal of Navigation 53 (2), 279-285, 2000
252000
Step-to-Step Variability in Treadmill Walking: Influence of Rhythmic Auditory Cueing
P Terrier
PLOS ONE 7 (10), e47171, 2012
242012
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