F. Allard

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Anticipatory adjustments of our locomotor patterns are necessary in order to negotiate our uneven daily environments. Recent work (McFadyen and Winter 1991) has shown the re-organization of lower limb mechanics for obstacle avoidance during level walking. The present work describes a model which sets the ground work for predicting how such re-organized(More)
Within the next few years, GAIA and several instruments aiming to image extrasolar planets will be ready. In parallel, low-mass planets are being sought around red dwarfs, which offer more favourable conditions, for both radial velocity detection and transit studies, than solar-type stars. In this paper, the authors of a model atmosphere code that has(More)
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