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    Dynamics (from Greek δυναμικός dynamikos "powerful", from δύναμις dynamis "power") may refer to:

    • 1 Physics and engineering
    • 2 Sociology and psychology
    • 3 Computer science and mathematics
    • 4 Companies
    • 5 Other
    • 6 See also

    Physics and engineering
    • Dynamics (mechanics),
      • Aerodynamics, the study of gases in motion
      • Analytical dynamics, the motion of bodies as induced by external forces
      • Anomalous dynamics (Random walk#Anomalous diffusion), the stochastic motion of objects with mean squared displacement (MSD) that deviates from the relation for normal dynamics, MSD~t, where t is the time the process is seen; anomalous dynamics are either faster than normal dynamics (MSD>t) or slower (MSD<t)
      • Brownian dynamics, the occurrence of Langevin dynamics in the motion of particles in solution (e.g. a grain in water, as was first seen by Brown); its famous property is: MSD~t, where MSD is the mean squared displacement, and t is the time the process is seen
      • File dynamics, stochastic motion of particles in a channel
      • Flight dynamics, the science of aircraft and spacecraft design
      • Fluid dynamics or hydrodynamics, the study of fluid flow
        • Computational fluid dynamics, a way of studying fluid dynamics using numerical methods
      • Fractional dynamics, studies the dynamics with integrations and differentiations of fractional orders (in physics, economics, and related fields)
      • Molecular dynamics, the study of motion on the molecular level
      • Normal dynamics, is a stochastic motion having a Gaussian probability density function in position with variance MSD that follows, MSD~t, where MSD is the mean squared displacement of the process, and t is the time the process is seen (normal dynamics and Brownian dynamics are very similar; the term used depends on the field)
      • Langevin dynamics, a mathematical model for stochastic dynamics; used in modeling molecules, yet also the stock market and other systems
      • Quantum chromodynamics, a theory of the strong interaction (color force)
      • Quantum electrodynamics, a description of how matter and light interact
      • Relativistic dynamics, a combination of relativistic and quantum concepts
      • Single file dynamics (also termed file dynamics), the diffusion of particles in a channel
      • Stellar dynamics, a description of the collective motion of stars
      • System dynamics, the study of the behavior of complex systems
      • Thermodynamics, the study of the relationships between heat and mechanical energy
    Sociology and psychology
    • Group dynamics, the study of social group processes especially
    • Psychodynamics, the study of the underlying psychological forces driving human behaviour
    • Spiral Dynamics, a social development theory
    • Social dynamics, the ability of a society to react to changes
    Computer science and mathematics
    • Dynamic data structure, a structure where the data elements may change
    • Dynamical system, a concept describing a point''s time dependency
      • Symbolic dynamics, a method to model dynamical systems
    • Dynamic programming, a method of solving complex problems by breaking them down into simpler steps
    • Dynamic program analysis, a set of methods for analyzing computer software
    • Dynamic HTML, an umbrella term for a collection of technologies used together to create interactive and animated web sites
    • Dynamic web page, a web page with web content that varies based on parameters provided by a user or a computer program
    • Arrow Dynamics, roller coaster designer
    • Boston Dynamics, robot designer
    • Crystal Dynamics, video game developer
    • Gain Dynamics, consultancy firm
    • General Dynamics, defence contractor
    • Dynamics (music), the softness or loudness of a sound or note
    • Force Dynamics, a semantic concept about how entities interact with reference to force
    • Microsoft Dynamics, a line of business software
    • Neural oscillation in the field of neurodynamics, a rhythmic pattern in the brain
    • Population dynamics, in life sciences, the changes in the composition of a population
    • Dynamic microphone, a type of microphone
    • DTA Dynamic, a French ultralight trike wing design

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