Discrete movement

See Concrete movement of the voice, under Concrete, a.

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Analysis of joint coordination in discrete movement phases may be of benefit in identifying intrinsic sources of variability in dynamic tasks that involve multiple movement phases.
In simple terms, Hoffmann's model suggests that a user will split the hand movement into n steps, and each step will consist of a discrete movement and a waiting period equivalent to the lag duration.
For example, Weiss (1954), Stelmach (1968), and Ellis (1969) have reported that adding elastic resistance to a discrete movement has negligible effects on positional accuracy, whereas a series of studies conducted by Bahrick and colleagues (Bahrick, Bennett, & Fitts, 1955; Bahrick, Fitts, & Schneider, 1955; Briggs, Fitts, & Bahrick, 1957) have produced equivocal results.
The biggest gains can typically be made in the most intensive applications with the largest number of discrete movements but efficiency can be improved in almost every process with careful planning and implementation.
MARP and DP may be of greater value during the analysis of discrete movements or phases of movements where a description of the dynamics of the inter-joint interactions across the entire movement is desired.
Recent studies of humans learning to compensate for visual distortion have shown that practice based on discrete movements leads to rapid learning that transfers well to rhythmic execution of the same movements.
Gradual rather than discrete movements would be less disruptive and would help businesses plan better," Tetangco said in a statement Thursday morning.
When poorly executed we hear discrete movements like the ticking of a different kind of clock.
comments, “With the EPIC sensor chip, discrete movements of the human body can be detected - even at a distance, as in specific hand motions.
Also, supplementary motor area is involved in planning complex sequences of discrete movements performed rapidly (ex.
The technique has been successfully used in mice to track the discrete movements inside an egg that occur during stimulation at fertilization, and Cardiff University scientists say it could be used in humans too.
It took 21 discrete movements to wrap a block of butter and get it into the box and every one of these movements was controlled using a mechanical solution.

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