Ed Presnall does a wonderful job in this book. Undeniably one of the leading experts in AKC VST tests, Mr. Presnall has put his extensive experience into text.
Ed Presnall does a wonderful job in this book. His component training approach is logical and easy to follow from beginner, through the TD, to the VST and including the TDX as well as adaptable for those seeking to do SAR work. 12 people found this helpful.
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Author Ed Presnall is the author of Mastering Variable Surface Tracking: The Component. Training Approach and 8 other books, creator of the Component Training™ method, founder of. Camp Pawmark, The Ultimate Tracking Experience™ and a tracking judge for all levels.
the only book on the subject you'll ever need. - AKC Gazette, November, 2003
the only book on the subject you'll ever need. - AKC Gazette, November, 2003.
Mastering Variable Surface Tracking. The Component Training Approach. Published August 2003 by Not Avail.
Try the AKC sport of Variable Surface Tracking or VST, a tracking sport that can be done in an urban setting. Component training" breaks down skills for ease of learning.
The tracking approach employed a Levenberg-Marquardt minimization scheme over an iterative closest point algorithm with six degrees of freedom for each body segment. Anatomical consistency was maintained by enforcing rotational and translational joint range of motion constraints for each specific joint.
In statistics, response surface methodology RSM explores the relationships between several explanatory variables and one or more response variables. The method was introduced by George E. P. Box and K. B. Wilson in 1951
In statistics, response surface methodology RSM explores the relationships between several explanatory variables and one or more response variables. Wilson in 1951. The main idea of RSM is to use a sequence of designed experiments to obtain an optimal response.