Items where Author is "Hurst, J W"

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Hubicki, C M and Birn-Jeffery, A V and Jones, M and Hurst, J W and Daley, M A (2015) TASK-LEVEL PRIORITIES IN GROUND-RUNNING BIRD LOCOMOTION: EXPERIMENTS TO MATH MODELS TO ROBOTS BY WAY OF OPTIMIZATION. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 55. E83-E83.

Birn-Jeffery, A V and Hubicki, C M and Blum, Y and Renjewski, D and Hurst, J W and Daley, M A (2014) Don't break a leg: Running birds from quail to ostrich prioritise leg safety and economy in uneven terrain. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 217 (Pt21). pp. 3786-96.

Blum, Y and Vejdani, H R and Birn-Jeffery, A V and Hubicki, C M and Hurst, J W and Daley, M A (2014) Swing-leg trajectory of running guinea fowl suggest task-level priority of force regulation rather than disturbance rejection. PLoS One, 9 (6). e100399.

Blum, Y and Vejdani, H R and Birn-Jeffery, A V and Hubicki, C M and Hurst, J W and Daley, M A (2014) Swing-Leg Trajectory of Running Guinea Fowl Suggests Task-Level Priority of Force Regulation Rather than Disturbance Rejection. PLoS One, 9 (6).

Vejdani, H R and Blum, Y and Daley, M A and Hurst, J W (2013) Bio-inspired swing leg control for spring-mass robots running on ground with unexpected height disturbance. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, 8 (4).

Blum, Y and Birn-Jeffery, A V and Vejdani, H R and Hurst, J W and Daley, M A (2013) SWING LEG CONTROL: DISTURBANCE REJECTION VERSUS INJURY AVOIDANCE. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 53. E250-E250.

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