Definitions for "Dynamics"
Keywords:  loud, forte, piano, crescendo, mezzo
That department of musical science which relates to, or treats of, the power of tones.
The various levels of loudness and softness in music. The application of dynamics is not an exact science, but a relative art, as performers decide just how to interpret a composer's indications. These indications are traditionally written in Italian with words such as piano meaning "soft," and forte meaning "loud." The word mezzo is added to suggest something in the middle, for example a passage marked mezzo piano is played "medium soft," while a passage marked mezzo forte is played "medium loud."
The variation and contrast of loudness and softness in a piece of music.
That branch of mechanics which treats of the motion of bodies (Kinematics) and the action of forces in producing or changing their motion (kinetics). Dynamics is held by some recent writers to include statics and not kinematics.
The moving moral, as well as physical, forces of any kind, or the laws which relate to them.
Generally, any forces that produce motion or effect change. In operational meteorology, dynamics usually refer specifically to those forces that produce vertical motion in the atmosphere.
the eight urges, drives or impulses of life.
there could be said to be eight urges (drives, impulses) in life. These we call dynamics. These are motives or motivations. These are urges for survival as or through (1) self, (2) sex and family, (3) groups, (4) all mankind, (5) living things (plants and animals), (6) the material universe, (7) spirits, and (8) infinity or the Supreme Being.
Pertaining to the change in behaviour of a SYSTEM over time.
The behaviour of a system in time. Changes with time are the essence of complexity, a static system is merely a snapshot within an evolutionary continuum, however interesting it may be in its own right.
Keywords:  loudly, cleanly, ability, play
Ability to play loudly and cleanly.
Keywords:  inertia, moment, bowling, spin, axis
The characteristics of the mass inside a bowling ball. This includes Moment of Inertia and Differential of Rg, which in turn contribute to the balls preferred spin axis.
Changes in the various qualities of dancing, such as speed, height, mood, and intensity.
The energy of movement expressed in varying intensity, accent, and quality.
The degree of energy, intensity, or power in the execution of movements.
in population ecology refers to the study of the reasons for changes in population size.
Keywords:  amplitude, variations
Variations in amplitude
The amount of fluctuation in level of an audio signal.
The way that objects interact and move. The rules that govern all actions and behaviors within the environment.