My question is what inverse kinematics is.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Many scientists are using inverse kinematics for measuring cross-section or something.

For example, suppose that we measure cross section of 14N+p->n+14O.

We can use N14 for beam and p for target. But, we can also do the other way.

When they use inverse kinematics, what advantages can they have?

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# I What is inverse kinematics?

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