The UTTs under evaluation are presented in the first line and have been ranked according to their final scores, which were computed using the utility function and normalized to a 1-10 scale (last line).
Collecting additional information and testing the UTTs would be advantageous to support a final decision, as this study was mainly supported by industrial advertising information.
The first column ranks the UTTs according to AHP results.
AHP produced results finer tuned than the previously obtained by the UM, highlighting the relative differences between UTTs. This is also disclosed by the standard deviation values displayed in the last line.
This kind of approach can benefit from using integrated usability testing tools (UTTs) for new applications design and development.
The evaluated UTT issues and features and the corresponding preferences were established by a restricted number of experts with the aim of conveying the usability tests of interfaces designed for prototypes developed by the World Search Project (World Search Project, 2010).
Similar to SCI, relatively few studies have been performed using UTT as a gait restorative modality for post-stroke individuals.
 further studied the effects of UTT and lower limb strength examined the differences in peak knee torque after UTT compared with overground treadmill training.
 compared the cardiovascular responses of 10 stroke patients that completed two separate sessions of both UTT and land-based treadmill walking.
While several previous studies have been performed examining the many benefits of UTT in the healthy [25,26], athletic [4,44], elderly [43,9,42], obese [13,23], and chronically diseased populations [5,40], a small but growing number of studies have examined its rehabilitation benefits for individuals with paralytic conditions [45,47,35,24,52,19].
This review presents research performed on the gait restorative effects of UTT for adults with neural-paralytic injuries, including SCI and stroke.
While a moderate amount of documented research on aquatic therapies for patients with neural-paralytic injuries exists, there are a limited number of studies specifically testing the efficacy of UTT exercise in these individuals.