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Rodger Kram
12-29-1998, 01:37 PM
Mostly locomotion and neuro-biomechanical articles this week, a few
gravity/posture articles and two unknown quantitites.
cheers,
Rodger Kram
UC Berkeley

Lee, CR; Farley, CT
Determinants of the center of mass trajectory in human walking and running.
JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 1998 NOV, V201 N21:2935-2944.

Clarac, F ; Vinay, L; Cazalets, JR; Fady, JC; Jamon, R.
Role of gravity in the development of posture and locomotion in the
neonatal rat.
BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS, 1998 NOV, V28 N1-2:35-43.

Reschke, MF; Bloomberg, JJ; Harm, DL; Paloski, WH;Layne, C; McDonald, V.
Posture, locomotion, spatial orientation, and motion sickness as a function
of space flight.
BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS, 1998 NOV, V28 N1-2:102-117.

Prentice, SD; Patla, AE; Stacey, DA.
Simple artificial neural network models can generate basic muscle
activity patterns for human locomotion at different speeds.
EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 1998 DEC, V123 N4:474-480.

Cheng, JC; Moura, JMF.
Automatic recognition of human walking in monocular image sequences.
JOURNAL OF VLSI SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS FOR SIGNAL IMAGE AND
VIDEO TECHNOLOGY, 1998 OCT, V20 N1-2:107-120.

Witmer, BG; Sadowski, WJ.
Nonvisually guided locomotion to a previously viewed target in
real and virtual environments.
HUMAN FACTORS, 1998 SEP, V40 N3:478-488.


I never heard of this unusually named journal and have not read these articles:

Moss, ML; Hasselgren, G.
Biomechanics.
QUINTESSENCE INTERNATIONAL, 1998 NOV, V29 N11:685.

Smith, CT; Schuman, NJ; Wasson, W.
Biomechanics - Response.
QUINTESSENCE INTERNATIONAL, 1998 NOV, V29 N11:685.

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