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Can anyone explain to me what "Gravitoinertial Force" is?
Sensory systems often provide ambiguous information. For example, otolith organs measure gravito-inertial force (GIF), the sum of gravitational force and inertial force due to linear acceleration.
Can anyone explain to me what "Gravitoinertial Force" is? I am about to read a paper who's title is "Gravitoinertial Force Magnitude and Direction Influence" (for head-centric auditory localization) and I'd like to be clear at the outset what it is that I am looking at the internet isn't giving me much help in terms of a simplified definition of gravito-inertia nor any force that may come from it.Thanks for helping out a beginner!CheersAlintaMod edit: Please phrase post titles as questions.
Thanks for these replies guys! Sorry for being painstaking about definitions!