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Herman J. Woltring
04-16-1991, 08:50 AM
Dear Biomch-L readers,

During the past few days, I have been browsing in a number of (U.S.) libraries
which are interactively accessible via FTP and other utilities. One of these
is TELNET, an Internet feature allowing on-line data-base consulting. For a
list of U.S.-based libraries accessible through such means, just send the one-
line request

SEND INTERLIB CATALOG

to LISTSERV@HEARN.BITNET or LISTSERV@NIC.SURFNET.NL. Using keywords like
BIOMECHANICS, MOVEMENT, GAIT, and WALKING, I came across a number of interes-
ting items; I'll just quote a few that might whet some of you'rs appetite:

(1) Boston University

Smith, Henry Monmounth, 1868-...
Gaseous Exchange and Physiological Requirements for level and grade walking;
Washington: The Carnegie Institute of Washington, 1922.

Ducroquet, Robert
Walking and limping; a study of normal and pathological walking [Original
version: Robert, Jean and Pierre Ducroquet, La marche et les Bioteries];
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1968.

Cairns, Marylin A.
A biomechanical analysis of racewalking gait. [Thesis?] 1984.

Woollacott, Marjorie H. and Anne Shumway-Cook (Eds)
Development of posture and gait across the life span;
Columbia, SC/USA: Univ. of South Carolina Press 1989, 1st ed.

(2) Case Wastern Reserve University Library

Udomsiri-Visetsiri, Isaravadee
Magnetic Resonance Imaging and functional analyses of masticatory
biomechanics;
Cleveland, Ohio: M.S. Thesis, Dept. of Orthodontics, CWRU 1988.

Smidt, Gary L.
Gait in Rehabilitation;
New York: Churchill Livingstone, 1990.

Ju, Ming-Shaung
The modeling and simulation of constrained dynamical systems - with
application to human gait.
Cleveland, Ohio: PhD-thesis, Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engng,
CWRU 1986.