Even more generally, one could ask whether the results of decoherence could thus be used to explain the emergence of the entire classicality of the everyday world, i.e., to explain both kinematical features such as macroscopic localisation and dynamical features such as approximately Newtonian or Brownian trajectories, whenever they happen to be phenomenologically adequate descriptions. ❋ Unknown (2009)

There are also cases, notably quantum measurements, in which the classical aspects of the everyday world are only kinematical (definiteness of pointer readings), while the dynamics is highly non-classical (indeterministic response of the apparatus). ❋ Unknown (2009)

This emphasis on (so to speak) kinematical aspects must not mislead one: the dynamical aspects of reidentification over time and trajectory formation are just as important if not the most important for the concept of decoherence and its understanding. ❋ Unknown (2009)

In Newtonian spacetime, the kinematical behavior of a system of point particles under the action of finite forces is supervenient upon ascriptions of particular values of position and momentum to the particles along their trajectories. ❋ Healey, Richard (2008)

For simplicity we will assume that kinematical concepts, such as the positions of particles, their velocities and accelerations are given independently of the theory as functions of time. ❋ Schmidt, Heinz-Juergen (2008)

Bohr's reply was that we cannot separate the dynamical and kinematical properties of a joint system of two particles until we actually have made a measurement and thereby set the experimental conditions for the ascription of a certain state value (CC, p. 80). ❋ Faye, Jan (2008)

Space and time are kinematical quanitites really, even with general relativity as the “dynamics of space.” ❋ Sean (2008)

The reason is, according to Bohr, that a quantum system has no definite kinematical or dynamical state prior to any measurement. ❋ Faye, Jan (2008)

In his Faraday Lectures from 1932, for instance, Bohr emphasizes: “A fundamental step towards the establishing of a proper quantum mechanics was taken in 1925 by Heisenberg who showed how to replace the ordinary kinematical concepts, in the spirit of the correspondence argument, by symbols referring to the elementary processes and the probability of their occurrence.” ❋ Faye, Jan (2008)

It is a purely kinematical concept involving must distance and time. ❋ Sean (2007)

We have examined, from the operational standpoint, the problem of determining the most general kinematical background suitable for an idealized universe in which the cosmological principle holds. ❋ Gale, George (2007)

What has been said so far does not enable us to give a determinate answer to this question (just as the obvious kinematical possibility of Achilles's supertask in the dichotomy paradox does not suffice to determine where Achilles will be at t* = 1 P.M.), but there exists a ❋ Laraudogoitia, Jon Pérez (2004)

Newton's views on space, time, and motion not only provided the kinematical basis for this monumental work and thus for the whole of classical physics up until the early twentieth century, but also played an integral role in Newton's general system of philosophy and theology (largely developed prior to the Principia). ❋ Rynasiewicz, Robert (2004)

The cross sections for the deep inelastic scattering of electrons on protons depended on fewer kinematical variables for higher energies. ❋ Unknown (2001)

A frame of reference is therefore a purely kinematical device, for the geometrical description of motion without regard to the masses or forces involved. ❋ DiSalle, Robert (2002)

Celaya treated both dynamical and kinematical questions, as by then had become the custom, and thus transmitted much of the late medieval development in mechanics (statics excluded) to sixteenth-century scholars. ❋ WILLIAM A. WALLACE (1968)

More - over, he did not build on two kinematical postulates but worked in terms of the Maxwell equations; nor did he take the following step, and it is things such as these that set Einstein's work sharply apart. ❋ BANESH HOFFMANN (1968)

For example, Dirac found relativistic equations for the electron that not only contained the spin of the electron as a kinematical consequence of ❋ BANESH HOFFMANN (1968)

A further kinematical consequence is easily deduced directly from Einstein's postulates. ❋ BANESH HOFFMANN (1968)

There is, however, this fundamental difference between architectural and pictorial lines: the latter are usually pure kinematical lines, lines of free and un-resisted movement, while the former are usually dynamical, lines of force which move against the resistance of mass. ❋ Dewitt H. Parker (N/A)

[Studying] a moveing [object] "kinematics". ❋ Jordan Cecil (2006)

before we [work on] getting [a time] [machine] built, we must consider Time Kinematics Theory. ❋ Jeditimelord (2020)