Browsing by Subject "Walking"
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(2016)Students in professor Margy Parker journalism class developed a short-term, mid-term, and long-term recommendations to promote biking, walking, and rolling in Redmond.
(University of Oregon, 2008-03)Digital three-dimensional (3D) models are useful for biomechanical analysis because they can be interactively visualized and manipulated. Synthesizing and analyzing animal locomotion with these models, however, is difficult ...
The Effect of Muscle Fatigue on Single- and Dual-Task Walking and Obstacle-Crossing in Young Adults (University of Oregon, 2017)Previous research has demonstrated independent effects of fatigue or concurrent cognitive task on walking and obstacle-crossing; however, limited studies were performed to examine their combined effects and interaction. ...