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Thilo Pfau
Thilo Pfau
Professor in Animal Locomotor Biomechanics
Verified email at ucalgary.ca
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The ICSI meeting corpus
A Janin, D Baron, J Edwards, D Ellis, D Gelbart, N Morgan, B Peskin, ...
2003 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 2003
7762003
A method for deriving displacement data during cyclical movement using an inertial sensor
T Pfau, TH Witte, AM Wilson
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (13), 2503-2514, 2005
1992005
The meeting project at ICSI
N Morgan, D Baron, J Edwards, D Ellis, D Gelbart, A Janin, T Pfau, ...
Proceedings of the first international conference on human language …, 2001
1772001
Gait characterisation and classification in horses
JJ Robilliard, T Pfau, AM Wilson
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (2), 187-197, 2007
1532007
Multispeaker speech activity detection for the ICSI meeting recorder
T Pfau, DPW Ellis, A Stolcke
IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding, 2001. ASRU …, 2001
1402001
Estimating the speaking rate by vowel detection
T Pfau, G Ruske
Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech …, 1998
1131998
Vertical head and trunk movement adaptations of sound horses trotting in a circle on a hard surface
SD Starke, E Willems, SA May, T Pfau
The Veterinary Journal 193 (1), 73-80, 2012
1012012
Inertial sensors for assessment of back movement in horses during locomotion over ground
SM Warner, TO Koch, T Pfau
Equine Veterinary Journal 42, 417-424, 2010
902010
Meetings about meetings: research at ICSI on speech in multiparty conversations
N Morgan, D Baron, S Bhagat, H Carvey, R Dhillon, J Edwards, D Gelbart, ...
2003 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 2003
882003
Evidence of the development of ‘domain‐restricted’expertise in the recognition of asymmetric motion characteristics of hindlimb lameness in the horse
RSV Parkes, R Weller, AM Groth, S May, T Pfau
Equine Veterinary Journal 41 (2), 112-117, 2009
872009
Centre of mass movement and mechanical energy fluctuation during gallop locomotion in the Thoroughbred racehorse
T Pfau, TH Witte, AM Wilson
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (19), 3742-3757, 2006
872006
Modern riding style improves horse racing times
T Pfau, A Spence, S Starke, M Ferrari, A Wilson
Science 325 (5938), 289-289, 2009
862009
Assessment of mild hindlimb lameness during over ground locomotion using linear discriminant analysis of inertial sensor data
T Pfau, JJ Robilliard, R Weller, K Jespers, E Eliashar, AM Wilson
Equine veterinary journal 39 (5), 407-413, 2007
842007
Rater agreement of visual lameness assessment in horses during lungeing
M Hammarberg, A Egenvall, T Pfau, M Rhodin
Equine veterinary journal 48 (1), 78-82, 2016
792016
Accuracy and precision of hind limb foot contact timings of horses determined using a pelvis-mounted inertial measurement unit
SD Starke, TH Witte, SA May, T Pfau
Journal of biomechanics 45 (8), 1522-1528, 2012
782012
Effect of lungeing on head and pelvic movement asymmetry in horses with induced lameness
M Rhodin, T Pfau, L Roepstorff, A Egenvall
The Veterinary Journal 198, e39-e45, 2013
772013
Head and pelvic movement asymmetry during lungeing in horses with symmetrical movement on the straight
M Rhodin, L Roepstorff, A French, KG Keegan, T Pfau, A Egenvall
Equine Veterinary Journal 48 (3), 315-320, 2016
762016
The effect of conformation on orthopaedic health and performance in a cohort of National Hunt racehorses: preliminary results
R Weller, T Pfau, K Verheyen, SA May, AM Wilson
Equine Veterinary Journal 38 (7), 622-627, 2006
752006
Variability of Manson and Leaver locomotion scores assigned to dairy cows by different observers
AJ Channon, AM Walker, T Pfau, IM Sheldon, AM Wilson
Veterinary Record 164 (13), 388-392, 2009
732009
Effect of trotting speed and circle radius on movement symmetry in horses during lunging on a soft surface
T Pfau, NC Stubbs, LAJ Kaiser, LEA Brown, HM Clayton
American journal of veterinary research 73 (12), 1890-1899, 2012
722012
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