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Mitchell Tillman and Satyajit Ambike

.g., locomotion in a straight line over flat ground) should be adequately stable, whereas, during movement transitions (e.g., gait termination), the stability of one movement pattern must be diminished so that another pattern can be established and stabilized ( Hasan, 2005 ). Indeed, stability–maneuverability trade-offs