CoABSControl of Agent Based Systems
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In both exercise modalities, COrel increased (leg exercise: P<0.001; arm exercise: P<0.001) with increasing workloads as seen with absolute COabs. There was no significant interaction effects found for COrel across workloads in either modality.
When comparing larger to smaller muscular individuals during a small muscle mass exercise (arm ergometry), individuals with a greater muscle mass displayed greater COabs. This increased COabs with larger muscular individuals was not seen during large muscle mass exercise (leg ergometry), thus confirming that the CO response cannot keep up with the perfusion demands of large muscle mass as exercise intensity increases.
We primarily use the COABS GRID as a uniform transport mechanism.