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Fat-free mass in Japanese boys predicted from bioelectrical impedance and anthropometric variables.
OBJECTIVE To develop the best prediction equation for estimating fat-free mass (FFM) from bioelectrical impedance and anthropometric variables in Japanese boys. SUBJECTS 141 boys, aged 9-14 years,Expand
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Relationship between body composition and cardiorespiratory fitness in Japanese junior high school boys and girls.
This study attempted to evaluate the influence of body composition on cardiorespiratory fitness as represented by maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) in junior high school boys and girls. The subjectsExpand
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Body composition prediction equations based on bioelectrical impedance and anthropometric variables for Japanese obese women
The tetrapolar bioelectrical impedance (BI) technique has been proposed as a convenient, valid approach to estimate body composition in normal, healthy adults. However, the validity of the BIExpand
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Dataset of head-related transfer functions measured with a circular loudspeaker array
In this paper, we describe a dataset of head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) measured at the Research Institute of Electrical Communications, Tohoku University. The current dataset includes HRTFsExpand
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[Human body volume measurement by sulfur hexafluorde-dilution method and its application to human body composition assessment].
The absolutely accurate measurement of adiposity in a living organism is undoubtedly difficult. Although a number of methods have been developed, none has been proven to be both theoretically andExpand
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[Stability of body composition in boys and girls 12 through 15 years of age].
Although underwater weighing has been regarded as a representative of the criterion reference methods for determining body composition, this technique is cumbersome for screening. The purpose of theExpand
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Development and performance evaluation of virtual auditory display system to synthesize sound from multiple sound sources using graphics processing unit
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Head-related transfer function (HRTF) is characterized as sound transmission from sound source to listener's eardrum. Expand
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