What is mobility?
I am planning a series on Mobile Life. In order to focus, I’m looking for definitions. So, here’s the first at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobility (I have removed the buttons).
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Mobility is the state of being in motion.
Mobility may also refer to:
- Academic mobility, the possibility for students and teachers to move between different institutions
- Apprentices mobility, students and teachers in VET moving to another institution
- Economic mobility
- Social mobility, the ability of individuals within a society to move between different social levels
- Population mobility, migration within a population
- Mobile computing, a generic term describing one’s ability to use technology untethered, but often used to refer to access to information or applications from occasionally-connected, portable, networked computing devices.
- Mobility as a term used in logistics, referring to trucking, shipping, aviation, transport, vehicle rental, etc.
- Mobility device, a self-conveyance for people with disabilities
- Mobility (fluid dynamics), a measure of the ease of a phase to flow through a porous medium while other phases are present (multiphase flow); equal to the ratio of effective permeability to dynamic viscosity
- Electron mobility or hole mobility
- Electrical mobility
- Electrophoretic mobility of charged species
- Mobility shift in affinity electrophoresis
- Motility in animals and other organisms
- Mobility (military) – the ability of military units or weapon systems to move to an objective
- Mobility CarSharing, a Swiss carsharing cooperative.
- see also motility, the biological term for the ability to move spontaneously and actively
- urban mobility
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