A simulation study of dynamic postural stability in the dog Public Deposited

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  • An analog simulation of the postural control system (PCS) of a dog is used to illustrate how modern systems simulation can be applied to a study of complex life systems. Even though many bold assumptions were required to adequately simplify the PCS model, the simulation provided intuitive insight and gave a basis for evaluating performance characteristics seen in live dogs. The data presented suggest that the postural control may be significantly velocity oriented and that the body and muscle dynamics produce only secondary effects on postural stability. The motor control functions of the central nervous system appear to be the major determinants of dynamic postural behavior under the conditions of this study.
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