Robert S. Gross

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Twelve normal greyhound femora were divided into three groups. In group one, femoral stems were placed in neutral position with maximal fill. Group two had undersized femoral stems placed in neutral position. Group three had undersized femoral stems placed in varus position. Intact and implanted femora were loaded from 10 newtons (N) to 300 N in axial(More)
Cementless femoral stems were placed into 12 normal greyhound femora. The implanted femora were divided into three groups by stem orientation and implant size and loaded in axial compression at a rate of 25 newtons (N) per second until failure. Rosette strain gauges were used to measure femoral principal strains at 500 N, 1,000 N, 1,500 N, and at maximum(More)
[1] The International Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF) is a fundamental datum for high‐precision orbit tracking, navigation, and global change monitoring. Accurately realizing and maintaining ITRF origin at the mean Earth system center of mass (CM) is critical to surface and spacecraft based geodetic measurements including those of sea level rise and its(More)
  • A. P. Frecdmanl, T. A. IIcrrings, Robert S. Gross, S. M. Lichtenl, U. J. Lindqwisterl
  • 1997
Abst rrtct. Data collected over six days from a worldwide Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking network during the }ipoch ’92 campaign are used to estimate variations of the Earth’s pole position every 30 minutes. The resulting polar motion time series is compared with estimates derived from very long baseline interferometry (VLB1) observations. A time(More)
An inductively-powered wireless integrated neural recording system (WINeR-7) is presented for wireless and battery less neural recording from freely-behaving animal subjects inside a wirelessly-powered standard homecage. The WINeR-7 system employs a novel wide-swing dual slope charge sampling (DSCS) analog front-end (AFE) architecture, which performs(More)
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