"Implementation of a Smartphone as a Wearable and Wireless Accelerometer and Gyroscope Platform for Ascertaining Deep Brain Stimulation Treatment Efficacy of Parkinson’s Disease through Machine Learning Classification"
written by Robert LeMoyne, Timothy Mastroianni, Cyrus McCandless, Christopher Currivan, Donald Whiting, Nestor Tomycz,
published by Advances in Parkinson's Disease, Vol.7 No.2, 2018
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