Fall risk is a serious problem especially for the elderly. Fall accident causes fracture, and it leads to bedridden. Early detection of balance inability and rehabilitation training is important to decrease the risk. Quiet standing test is one of the physical tests to assess the balance inability of human. When the human is standing, he/she controls the plantar force to keep the balance. Center of pressure (COP) is the representative parameter to explain the plantar force movement. During the quiet standing test, COP fluctuates unconsciously. There are many researches that analyze the relationship between the COP fluctuation and balance inability. Many statistical indicators have been developed to assess the fluctuation specification.In contrast, several researchers have been tried to reveal the COP fluctuation mechanism by introducing stochastic mathematical model. Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process and diffusion equation are often introduced to the model. The mathematical models have been developed, and analyzed how visual input is related to the model parameters. If the mathematical model can explain the COP fluctuation completely, it becomes easier to assess the balance ability by comparing the model parameters.However, statistical indicators are still used in the clinical cases, thus there is room to discuss which statistical indicators to be used for assessment. The purpose of this research is to explore the relationship between statistical indicators and numerical model by evaluating whether the numerical model reproduces the same values with real data. The reproduced indicators and original indicators are compared, and the magnitude of the errors are evaluated.