basic motion

basic motion

[′bā·sik ′mō·shən]
(industrial engineering)
A single, complete movement of a body member; determined by motion studies.
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The industry needed a high quality basic motion control training program and we think that end-users and industry professionals alike will benefit from it.
First, the worker's specific operation process is divided into basic motion elements by means of modular arrangement of predetermined time standards (MODAPTS), which is a system used to analyze the performance of manual work [9].
October 14, 2015 in Moscow will host the VI International Conference "Russian Oil Products Market: basic motion vectors.
When a conventional stent is used, it turns the artery into a metal cage and alters its basic motion.
Director of FUNN and Director of Sharjah International Children's Film Festival, Sheikha Jawaher bint Abdullah Al Qasimi, said: "The Sharjah International Children's Film Festival aims to grow children's awareness and creative skills in all aspects of media art and develop their abilities in all basic motion picture techniques.
this Court found the allegations of the movant to be a mere rehash/reiteration of his basic motion.
It emerged that the larvae repeatedly execute a basic motion pattern and can apply an orientation component that re-directs the hunter towards the prey with each swim bout.
The basic motion detection appears vastly improved, but the voice detection feature wasn't made available to try out, adding to the list of unknowns.
Anatomy diagrams and charts, discussions of basic motion physics, and surveys of how different body parts respond to movement requirements make this a solid pick for any professional athletic, dance or yoga collection.
i] (k,t,d,[theta], e) denote the basic motion, where k is the number of motion, t represents the time needed to finish the motion, d is the distance from the projection of centre of gravity of robot under the former pose to the next pose after finishing this motion, [theta] denotes the shifting angle between the former pose of robot to the next pose completed by this motion, and the e means the energy consuming during this motion, which is test by the experiments.
Suffice it to say, the basic motion of elliptical training is not an efficient way to get around in the real world.
This action by AFTRA baldly violated the basic motion picture jurisdiction of the Screen Actors Guild and is indefensible both legally and morally," Pidgeon said.

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