Items where Author is "Wilshin, S D"

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Wilson, A M and Hubel, T Y and Wilshin, S D and Lowe, J C and Lorenc, M and Dewhirst, O P and Bartlam-Brooks, H L A and Diack, R A and Bennitt, E and Golabek, K A and Woledge, R and McNutt, J W and Curtin, N A and West, T G (2018) Biomechanics of predator–prey arms race in lion, zebra, cheetah and impala. Nature, 554 (7691). 183+. ISSN 0028-0836

Wilshin, S D and Haynes, G C and Porteous, J and Koditschek, D and Revzen, S and Spence, A J (2017) Morphology and the gradient of a symmetric potential predicts gait transitions of dogs. Biological Cybernetics, 111 (3-4). pp. 269-277. ISSN 0340-1200

Hubel, T Y and Shotton, J and Wilshin, S D and Horgan, J and Klein, R and McKenna, R and Wilson, A M (2016) Cheetah Reunion – The Challenge of Finding Your Friends Again. PLoS One.

Wilshin, S D and Starr, J and Clark, G C and Koditschek, D E and Spence, A J (2015) USING A PHYSICAL MODEL TO INVESTIGATE DOG WALKING BEHAVIOUR ON ROUGH TERRAIN. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 55. E200-E200.

Panagiotopoulou, O and Wilshin, S D and Rayfield, E J and Shefelbine, S J and Hutchinson, J R (2014) WHAT MAKES AN ACCURATE AND RELIABLE SUBJECT-SPECIFIC FINITE ELEMENT MODEL? A CASE STUDY OF AN ELEPHANT FEMUR. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY INTERFACE, 11 (98).

Mazouchova, N and Wilshin, S D and Hsieh, T (2013) THE AQUATIC-TERRESTRIAL TRANSITION OF FRESHWATER TURTLES FROM A DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 53. E140-E140.

Wilshin, S D and Daley, M A (2013) CONTINUOUS METRICS FOR CLASSIFICATION OF BIPEDAL GAITS AND PREDICTIONS OF GAIT TRANSITION FINE STRUCTURE IN TURKEYS. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 53. E227-E227.

Wilshin, S D and Haynes, G C and Reeve, M A and Revzen, S and Spence, A J (2012) HOW IS DOG GAIT AFFECTED BY NATURAL ROUGH TERRAIN. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 52. p. 198.

King, A J and Wilson, A M and Wilshin, S D and Lowe, J and Haddadi, H and Hailes, S and Morton, A J (2012) Selfish-herd behaviour of sheep under threat. CURRENT BIOLOGY, 22 (14). R561-R562.

Panagiotopoulou, O and Wilshin, S D and Rayfield, E J and Shefelbine, S J and Hutchinson, J R (2012) What makes an accurate and reliable subject-specific finite element model? A case study of an elephant femur. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY INTERFACE, 9 (67). pp. 351-361.

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Reeve, M A and Wilshin, S D and Spence, A J (2014) DOG GAIT ON ROUGH TERRAIN: WHEN DOES STATIC STABILITY MATTER? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Wilshin, S D and Revzen, S (2014) PHASE DRIVEN MODELS OF UNPERTURBED LOCOMOTION. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Wilshin, S D and Haynes, G C and Porteous, J and Spence, A J (2012) DESCRIBING GAIT TRANSITIONS AND THE ROLE OF SYMMETRY IN CONTROL. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Wilshin, S D and Kelleher, CN and Byrnes, G and Seipel, J and Spence, A J (2011) DOGS ON SPRINGS: DO TROTTING DOGS ADJUST THEIR VIRTUAL LEG STIFFNESS ON COMPLIANT SURFACES? In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Panagiotopoulou, O and Wilshin, S D and Rayfield, E J and Shefelbine, S J and Hutchinson, J R (2014) WHAT MAKES AN ACCURATE AND RELIABLE SUBJECT-SPECIFIC FINITE ELEMENT MODEL? A CASE STUDY OF AN ELEPHANT FEMUR (RETRACTION OF VOL 9, PG 351, 2012). UNSPECIFIED.

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