kinematic

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Back-formation from kinematics.

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kinematic (comparative more kinematic, superlative most kinematic)

  1. (physics) Of or relating to motion or to kinematics.
    • 2003, Frank Kirchner, Takamasa Koshizen, & Dirk Spinneberg, "Cognitive Human Robots Based on Complex Kinematic Features", in Knowledge-based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems: 7th International Conference, Proceedings Part II, page 584
      The Cognitive function in Humans results from our extremely complex kinematic capabilities. Grasping for objects, bending down and up, or sitting down on objects are examples of kinematic capabilities []

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