Bottom-up subspace clustering suggests a paradigm shift to prevent fall injuries

17/04/2015

Source: Medical Hypotheses

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Date of publication: April 2015 vol. 84 iss. 4 pps. 356-362

Publication type: journal article

In a nutshell: An article which looks at how a paradigm shift in statistical methods is required before fall injuries can be substantially reduced.

Length of publication: six pages

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Bottom-up subspace clustering: a paradigm shift to prevent fall injuries?

17/02/2015

Source: Medical Hypotheses, 2015, online

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Date of publication: January 2015

Publication type: Journal article

In a nutshell: Despite over 10,000 publications since 1990, fall injury rates in older people are still increasing over and above population ageing. This paper investigated the hypothesis that falls are a complex multi-systems medical problem, and a paradigm shift in statistical methods is required before fall injuries can be substantially reduced. It introduces a bottom-up supervised subspace clustering approach as an alternative to conventional approaches to statistical collection.

Length of publication: 1 page

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