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3-dimensional motion acceleration analog computer Analog Program angle ANOVA for subject anthropometric basic biomechanical body member channel capacity concludes confidence limits confidence region cycle decreases Design Matrix developed dimensions direction of motion displacement energy expenditure equations Eskilon experimental runs faster feedback Fitts and Posner flexion function galvanic skin response Hence horizontal plane human motion increases independent variables information variable involved length of motion manipulation information measure ment microswitches motion path length motor performance motor responses muscle muscular Nadler noise order reaction pace pattern physiological postulated reaction time ANOVA relation response and independent Response Surface Contours Response Surface Methodology response variables Rubin Schmidtke 1961 Schmidtke and Stier Second Order Analysis second order model Second order reaction Shannon's theorem shows that reaction signal significant effect significantly stimulus information stimulus variables studies Table target width task variables theory therblig Total ANOVA travel distance UNOPAR velocity Wehrkamp and Smith