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locomotion

 [lo″ko-mo´shun]
movement, or the ability to move, from one place to another. adj., adj locomo´tive.

locomotion

/lo·co·mo·tion/ (lo″kah-mo´shun) movement or the ability to move from one place to another.locomo´tivelocomo´tor

locomotion

Etymology: L, locus, place, motio, movement
movement or the ability to move from one place or position to another.

locomotion

the progressive movement of an organism.

locomotion,

n the act or power to move from one place to another.

locomotion

movement, or the ability to move, from one place to another. See also gait, amble, gallop (2), rack, trot, walk.
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Details of visiting arrangements and special events, including the Space Descent VR experience and activities over the festive season at Locomotion will be announced at a later date.
There are different sensors in an actual animal body that supports its locomotion in uneven terrains, and it's very difficult to implement all those sensors in a robot body, but there are some essential senses one need to get for a successful locomotion.
In this study, we investigated the behavioral tendencies of locomotion (Kruglanski et al.
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The loss or loss of use of one lower extremity together with residuals of organic disease or injury, which so affect the functions of balance or propulsion as to preclude locomotion without the aid of braces, crutches, canes or a wheelchair
Across a wide range of phyla and diverse modes of locomotion, the speed of locomotion generally increases with increasing body size (Schmidt-Nielsen, 1975).
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The ability to closely regulate internal and external forces during locomotion enables naturally compliant behaviors capable of adapting to uncertain terrain features encountered in real-world environments.
The human mind is a function of locomotion, yet locomotion does not explain the functioning of the human mind.
The original idea to use wheel-walking locomotion system was to implement wheel-walking locomotion mode when negotiating loose soils with low carrying capacity.
Gen Suwa, an anthropologist from the University of Tokyo Museum, have overturned the common assumption that manual dexterity evolved after the development of bipedal locomotion freed hominid hands to use fingers for tool manipulation.
These differences were found well correlated with differences in their gait and locomotion.