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the movement of an object along a three-dimensional path, or of a projectile within an individual's body. 2. the course of a disease.
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The path of a projectile through space, resulting from the forces acting on it—e.g., thrust, wind and gravity.
The solution to a dynamical system in forward and backward time, passing through a specified initial condition.
The representation of the behaviour of a system in a state-space over a short period of time; a trajectory is one cycle on a phase-plane plot.
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