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d-Space Problem and Solution Set: Re-learning to Walk after a Stroke
International Journal of Theoretical Physics (1995)
  • Jan E Holly
  • Gin McCollum, Portland State University
Abstract

A discrete formalism, d-spaces, developed for analyzing complex movements, can be used to construct modes in which a stroke patient may relearn to walk. A specific example is sketched. The analogy between movement dissonance and quantum incompatibility is explored, along with an observationally-based distinction between dissonant and nonfunctional movement.

Publication Date
1995
Citation Information
Jan E Holly and Gin McCollum. "d-Space Problem and Solution Set: Re-learning to Walk after a Stroke" International Journal of Theoretical Physics Vol. 34 (1995)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gin_mccollum/23/