d-Space problem and solution set: Relearning to walk after a stroke
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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.
KeywordsField Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Stroke Patient Discrete Formalism
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