Walking (also known as ambulation) is one of the main gaits of locomotion
among legged ... An average human child achieves independent walking ability
at around 11 months old. .... The process of wa...
Jan 17, 2014 ... "Human walking is extraordinarily complex and we still don't .... that not only can
walk and run effectively, but use little energy in the process.
between human walking and random walks.1 These investigations provide
insight into ... At first inspection, walking appears to be a periodic, regular process
the area of human walking angular momentum behaviors. Xu and. Wang (Xu .....
momentum data analysis procedure, dimensionless CM moment was plotted ...
But walking is a learned behavior, not easily explained by selection. ... and see
also Erin Wayman's 2012 overview Becoming Human: The Evolution of Walking
Upright). ... It is, in that respect, the outcome of a process of development.
A Human walking may involve spinal pattern generators. 165. B Spinal cord ...
1.7 Brain regions intervening in the locomotor process and descending pathways
2014), i.e., where the humans walk from an initial pose towards a predefined goal
pose, assuming that the process adopted by humans to plan their walking ...
Sep 18, 2014 ... To examine the complexity of human walking, we applied ... It is evident that
human walking is a complex process, since the slope starts at a ...
Oct 27, 2014 ... Human walking can be viewed as a complex programme of reflexes which
through the use of feedback and feed-forward processes allows ...
Mar 10, 2011 ... Distinct fast and slow processes contribute to the selection of preferred step
frequency during human walking. Snaterse M(1), Ton R, Kuo AD, ...