An important subgroup of plantar pressure measurement is the centre of pressure (COP), which represents the spatial distribution of pressure over time. The COP is defined as the centroid of the total number of active sensors for each data sample collected, As a global measure of pressure distribution, it has been advised that the COP provides greater insight into dynamic foot function distinguished to measures that are confined to individual regions, such as peak pressure and maximum force. Of these studies, two symbolized the COP using the COP expedition index, which includes the measurement of the departure of the COP from a reference line as it cross over the anterior third of the foot. The COP expedition index has been largely used to investigate foot function. The open access has played a key role with the increase in the number of peer-reviewed top best journals carrying latest articles in specified research area.
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