Peter Federolf
Peter Federolf
Department of Sport Science, University of Innsbruck, Tirol, Austria
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Shoe midsole hardness, sex and age effects on lower extremity kinematics during running
BM Nigg, J Baltich, C Maurer, P Federolf
Journal of biomechanics 45 (9), 1692-1697, 2012
The application of principal component analysis to quantify technique in sports
P Federolf, R Reid, M Gilgien, P Haugen, G Smith
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 24 (3), 491-499, 2014
Application of principal component analysis in clinical gait research: identification of systematic differences between healthy and medial knee-osteoarthritic gait
PA Federolf, KA Boyer, TP Andriacchi
Journal of biomechanics 46 (13), 2173-2178, 2013
Technique analysis in elite athletes using principal component analysis
Ø Gløersen, H Myklebust, J Hallén, P Federolf
Journal of sports sciences 36 (2), 229-237, 2018
How does lower limb dominance influence postural control movements during single leg stance?
A Promsri, T Haid, P Federolf
Human movement science 58, 165-174, 2018
Discrimination of gender-, speed-, and shoe-dependent movement patterns in runners using full-body kinematics
C Maurer, P Federolf, V von Tscharner, L Stirling, BM Nigg
Gait & posture 36 (1), 40-45, 2012
Predicting missing marker trajectories in human motion data using marker intercorrelations
Ø Gløersen, P Federolf
PloS one 11 (3), e0152616, 2016
Analysis of the multi-segmental postural movement strategies utilized in bipedal, tandem and one-leg stance as quantified by a principal component decomposition of marker …
P Federolf, L Roos, BM Nigg
Journal of biomechanics 46 (15), 2626-2633, 2013
A novel approach to study human posture control:“Principal movements” obtained from a principal component analysis of kinematic marker data
PA Federolf
Journal of biomechanics 49 (3), 364-370, 2016
Finite element simulation of a carving snow ski
PA Federolf
ETH Zurich, 2005
A holistic approach to study the temporal variability in gait
P Federolf, K Tecante, B Nigg
Journal of biomechanics 45 (7), 1127-1132, 2012
Impact of skier actions on the gliding times in alpine skiing
P Federolf, P Scheiber, E Rauscher, H Schwameder, A Lüthi, HU Rhyner, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 18 (6), 790-797, 2008
Tissue vibration in prolonged running
B Friesenbichler, LM Stirling, P Federolf, BM Nigg
Journal of biomechanics 44 (1), 116-120, 2011
Marker-based classification of young–elderly gait pattern differences via direct PCA feature extraction and SVMs
BM Eskofier, P Federolf, PF Kugler, BM Nigg
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 16 (4), 435-442, 2013
Finite element simulation of the ski–snow interaction of an alpine ski in a carved turn
P Federolf, M Roos, A Lüthi, J Dual
Sports Engineering 12, 123-133, 2010
Gender differences in lower extremity gait biomechanics during walking using an unstable shoe
BM Nigg, P Federolf, SC Landry
Clinical Biomechanics 25 (10), 1047-1052, 2010
Kinematic adaptations to a variable stiffness shoe: Mechanisms for reducing joint loading
KA Boyer, P Federolf, C Lin, BM Nigg, TP Andriacchi
Journal of biomechanics 45 (9), 1619-1624, 2012
Removal of the electrocardiogram signal from surface EMG recordings using non-linearly scaled wavelets
V von Tscharner, B Eskofier, P Federolf
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 21 (4), 683-688, 2011
A novel approach to solve the “missing marker problem” in marker-based motion analysis that exploits the segment coordination patterns in multi-limb motion data
PA Federolf
PloS one 8 (10), e78689, 2013
Leg dominance effects on postural control when performing challenging balance exercises
A Promsri, T Haid, I Werner, P Federolf
Brain sciences 10 (3), 128, 2020
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