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ISEA July 2012 Lowell conference papers now available on line!

posted 2 Jun 2012, 03:31 by Dan O
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Well according to the good people at google scholar, (who sent me a nice email advising I had more publications), the proceedings of the upcoming July international Sports Engineering biennial conference, to be held in Lowell are now available on line. Wow talk about efficient work by Elsevier,  Patrick and the team in Lowell!!

If your wondering what all the fuss is about google scholar citations is, read my previous blog on how to Get a profile on Google Scholar

You can search for all papers yourself at science direct http://www.sciencedirect.com/ enter 'Procedia Engineering' as the journal and '34' as the volume. Be sure to enter your favourite author in the author field (I've entered mine for your convenience below ;) ) or you'll see them all. 

Special congratulations to Paul Medwell from Adelaide for getting pole position with his article Developing sports engineering education in Australia, in an Olympic year its nice to see the Aussies coming first already !




Monitoring sprinting gait temporal kinematics of an athlete aiming for the 2012 London Paralympics Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 778-783
James B. Lee, Daniel A. James, Yuji Ohgi, Shunji Yamanaka
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Technology and health: Physical activity monitoring in the free living environment Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 367-372
Daniel A. James, David E. Thiel, Keri J. Allen, Bridgit Abell, Sharon Kilbreath, Glen M. Davis, David Rowlands, David V. Thiel
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Sensor fusion: let's enhance the performance of performance enhancement Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 795-800
James B. Lee, Yuji Ohgi, Daniel A. James
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A distributed architecture for storing and processing multi channel multi-sensor athlete performance data Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 403-408
Jason R. Ride, Daniel A. JamesJames B. Lee, David D. Rowlands
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Monitoring stick speed and ball control in field hockey drills using a stick-mounted inertial accelerometer Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 574-579
David V. Thiel, Melissa Tremayne, Daniel A. James
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Cricket Bat Acceleration Profile from Sweet-Spot Impacts Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 467-472
Ajay K. Sarkar, Daniel A. James, Andrew W. Busch, David V. Thiel
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Application of GPS devices to longitudinal analysis on game and training data Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 443-448
Jonathon Neville, David Rowlands, Andrew Wixted, Daniel James
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Using image processing for biomechanics measures in swimming Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 807-812
Robin P. Dubois, David V. Thiel, Daniel A. James
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Using inertial sensors to index into video Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 598-603
David D Rowlands, Mitchell McCarthy, Daniel A James
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