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(hand'ling)
Application of hands in a trained manner to parts of a patient's body to decrease the frequency of abnormal patterns of movement, improve muscle tone, and increase the occurrence of automatic normal movement.
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The problem of unpredictability of a flight control system is characterized by handling quality cliffs and pilot induced oscillation (PIO).
Although PIO is a known problem of non-fly-by-wire flight control systems, time delays, handling qualities cliffs, unpredictable flight characteristics, saturated control systems, the attendant PIOs, and loss of control are characteristics of fly-by-wire flight control systems.