Data from: Quadrupedal locomotor simulation: producing more realistic gaits using dual-objective optimisation

William I. Sellers, Eishi Hirasaki & William Irvin Sellers
In evolutionary biomechanics it is often considered that gaits should evolve to minimise the energetic cost of travelling a given distance. In gait simulation this goal often leads to convincing gait generation. However, as the musculoskeletal models used get increasingly sophisticated, it becomes apparent that such a single goal can lead to extremely unrealistic gait patterns. In this paper we explore the effects of requiring adequate lateral stability and show how this both increases energetic...
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