Mechanography

Mechanography (also referred to as jumping mechanography) is a medical diagnostic measurement method for motion analysis by means of physical parameters. The variation of the ground reaction forces over the time of a motion like typical every day movements (e.g. chair rise or jumps) are measured and centre of gravity related physical parameters li...
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Mechanography

• (n.) The art of mechanically multiplying copies of a writing, or any work of art.
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Mechanography

Mech`an·og'ra·phy noun The art of mechanically multiplying copies of a writing, or any work of art.
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mechanography

mechanical reproduction of art
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mechanography

mechanography, mechanographic The art of copying or reproducing a work of art or writing by mechanical means.
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