induced movement

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induced movement

[in‚düst ′müv·mənt]
(psychology)
The perceived movement of a stationary object when its frame of reference moves.
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It covers the history and concept, mooring and anchor design, global motion analysis and numerical model, vortex induced motion, and model testing and field data.
Although we learned in school that magnets were always bipolar and so magnetically induced motion would always end in a locked state of equilibrium, Minato explains that he has finetuned the positioning of the magnets and the timing of pulses to the stators to the point where the repulsion between the rotor and the stator (the fixed outer magnetic ring) is transitory.
Creating contact induced motion is as simple as selecting two or more solid bodies and indicating the associated materials.
The objective of this technical area of interest is to conduct a study and model test to determine the sensitivity of the vortex induced motion (VIM) response to the geometric parameters of deep draft semisubmersibles, as a follow-up to the RPSEA Project 07121-1402b.
The Ambarella A5 SoC uses motion compensation instead of being just motion adaptive and truly tracks the motion of the objects in the scene, thereby eliminating typical noise reduction induced motion artifacts.
Innovative features of the WindFloat dampen wave and turbine induced motion, enabling wind turbines to be sited in previously inaccessible locations where water depth exceeds 50m and wind resources are superior.
According to the company, previous attempts to address the problem of respiratory induced motion involved costly fixes that were of questionable effectiveness and downright uncomfortable to the patient.
Respiration induced motion of lung and liver tumors make the accurate delivery of radiation to these lesions particularly challenging.
The study induced motion and low perfusion artifacts individually and in combination with each other.