biomechanical analysis

ac·tiv·i·ty a·nal·y·sis

(ak-tiv'i-tē ă-nal'i-sis)
1. The process of examining an activity or movement pattern to distinguish its component parts.
2. Any method of determining the type, amount, and organization of activity that occupies the lives of people on a recurring basis.
Synonym(s): activity pattern analysis, biomechanical analysis.

biomechanical analysis

analysis of forces and motions of the human body. qualitative biomechanical analysis the analysis of forces and movements on (and by) the human body without regard to measurement or quantification. quantitative biomechanical analysis the analysis of forces and movements on (and by) the human body with emphasis on measurement and quantification.
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