motion analysis


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motion analysis

[′mō·shən ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(industrial engineering)
Detailed study of the motions used in a work task or at a given work area.
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Contract Notice: The Board seek to establish a Gait and Motion Analysis Lab facility.
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The School of Human and Health Sciences has unveiled the brand new Biomechanics and Physiology lab complete with speed 3D motion analysis systems.
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Brophy and his colleagues from the Motion Analysis Laboratory and Sports Medicine Service at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York used 3-D video-based motion analysis and electromyography to examine the differences between 13 male and 12 female college soccer players during the action of kicking a soccer ball.