Tim Kramer

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Many everyday tasks require that we use our hands co-operatively, for example, when unscrewing a jar. For tasks where both hands are required to perform the same action, a common motor programme can be used. However, where each hand needs to perform a different action, some degree of independent control of each hand is required. We examined the coordination(More)
BACKGROUND A pilot study suggested that oxandrolone, an anabolic steroid, improved strength in boys with Duchenne dystrophy (DD) and indicated the need for a more definitive study. METHODS A 6-month, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of oxandrolone in boys with an established diagnosis of DD, using the change from baseline to 6 months in(More)
Introduction This Taxonomy defines the many potential security threats to VoIP deployments, services, and end users. The overall goal is to help drive VoIP security awareness with the press, industry and public. In particular this Taxonomy provides a detailed structure for technical vulnerabilities that informs the following constitutencies: • Press and(More)
Nonpoint source pollution represents one of the largest environmental problems currently facing water quality professionals. A fraction of this pollution is conveyed to receiving waters by stormwater drainage from highways. Some highway runoff is treated by structural or non-structural systems (best management practices [BMPs]) or is diverted to municipal(More)
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