Modeling Oxygen Dynamics under Variable Work Rate

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ARTIGA GONZALEZ, Alexander, Raphael BERTSCHINGER, Fabian BROSDA, Thorsten DAHMEN, Patrick THUMM, Dietmar SAUPE, 2015. Modeling Oxygen Dynamics under Variable Work Rate. icSPORTS 2015 : 3rd International Congress on Sport Sciences Research and Technology Support. Lissabon, Nov 15, 2015 - Nov 17, 2015. In: CABRI, Jan, ed. and others. Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress on Sport Sciences Research and Technology Support. SCITEPRESS Digital Library, pp. 198-207. ISBN 978-989-758-159-5. Available under: doi: 10.5220/0005607701980207

@inproceedings{ArtigaGonzalez2015Model-33072, title={Modeling Oxygen Dynamics under Variable Work Rate}, year={2015}, doi={10.5220/0005607701980207}, isbn={978-989-758-159-5}, publisher={SCITEPRESS Digital Library}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress on Sport Sciences Research and Technology Support}, pages={198--207}, editor={Cabri, Jan}, author={Artiga Gonzalez, Alexander and Bertschinger, Raphael and Brosda, Fabian and Dahmen, Thorsten and Thumm, Patrick and Saupe, Dietmar} }

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