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Analysis

Mr. Renjulal Yesodharan


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Activity analysis
Activity An activity involves multiple

interleaved events, some related and others independent. The word activity is defined in Merriam-Webster and Oxford English dictionaries as the state of being
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Analysis A resolution of anything, whether an object of the senses or of the intellect, into its constituent or original elements.

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Activity analysismeaning
Activity analysis and to visual input

is

the about the

computational process of analysing reasoning understand detections

performed events.

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Over view of Activity analysis Motion : Are the motions


required passive, aggressive or destructive behaviour? Are the motions small or large? are they require
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precision?

Are

they

repetitive?

Materials materials controllable? Creativity much

and pliable

equipments: and flexible,

Are or

and

originality: and

How is or

creativity and

expression support

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Steps of General Activity analysis


1. Perform the activity oneself and

consider to mind.
2.Observe
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the

assumptions

and

associations that the activity brings

another

person

or

multiple people completing the same

3.Begin

the

activity

analysis

by

naming and describing the activity


4. List all steps and actions required

of the activity and note variations in the order of steps when different people do the same activity. It may be important t0 consider step 2 to assist in this step. 7/8/12

5.List all equipment and materials

needed for the activity


6.Describe the space needed for the

activity and variations possible.


7.Describe the social demands and

opportunities of the activity.


8.List any precautions or safety issues

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9.

Describe the possible gender,

cultural, or social biases related to this activity.


10. Describe the expected outcome

of

the

activity

and

any

possible

variations.
11.Describe
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the

required

client

factors, performance component, and

Steps to completing client focused Activity 1. The therapist observes a client analysis
completing an activity by watching the performance of each individual step.
2. The therapist considers which

frame of reference is appropriate to use based on what is known about the


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client through evaluation.

3. The therapist observes specific

features chosen.

of

activity

performance

based upon the frame(s) of reference

The therapist notes clients difficulty

and

hypothesize

the

possible

cause(s).
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The

therapist

compares

what

is

required by the task (what is known about the activity from general activity analysis) with the clients skills, abilities, likes, and dislikes gathered from the evaluation process to note discrepancies that could be removed or diminished through careful grading or
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Time and Motion Study:


A method created to determine the

correct time it takes to complete a certain task

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Purposes
To make sure that the job being

evaluated

does

not

include

any

unnecessary motion by the worker

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Objective
The objective of the Time and Motion

Study is to determine a normal or average time for a job, by using observers task.
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to

record

exactly

how

much time is being devoted to each

Steps
1.

Training of the Coders/observers

2. Activities were broken down into separate categories, in total 3. The exact number of minutes per task were determined 4. Percentages of time devoted to each task were calculated
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Thank you

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