Martin Hofstetter

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OBJECTIVE To study the kinematics of cervical spine segment C(4)-C(5) and its association with disc dimensions and the coupled motion (CM) in relation to primary motion (PM). STUDY DESIGN Cadaveric biomechanical study. ANIMALS Cadavers of large breed dogs (>20 kg; n=11). METHODS Spines were freed from muscles. Radiographs were taken orthogonal to the(More)
The fuel saving potential of passenger plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) is presented as a function of sensor prediction range. The route is assumed to be given, while the upcoming vehicle speed is uncertain and requires prediction. The proposed prediction method uses up-to-date sensor information inside the prediction horizon and rough estimations through(More)
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