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In physics exertion is use of energy against, or for, inertia as described by Isaac Newton's third law of motion. In mechanics it describes use of force against a body in direction of its motion (see vector).
- volition (psychology)
- decision theory
- Ferdinand Tönnies [as in will (sociology)]
- Friedrich Nietzsche [as in strong-willed, drive and will (philosophy)]
- Leonhard Euler
- Isaac Newton
- First Person Physics, First Person Physics:Wooing the Second Tier, (essay part of) project proposal to National Science Foundation, 2004
- Principle of least action, Euler, 1748, Reflexions sur quelques loix generales de la nature
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- Measuring Physical Activity Intensity: Perceived Exertion (Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion Scale)
- RPE-scale (2nd)
- First principle of mechanics
- Exertion interfaces allowing exertion by proxy in sporting games.
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