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Fluctuations in the repeated performance of human movements have been the subject of intense scrutiny because they are generally believed to contain important information about the function and health of the neuromotor system. A variety of approaches has been brought to bear to study of these fluctuations, however it is frequently difficult to understand how to synthesize different perspectives to give a coherent picture. Here, we describe a conceptual framework for the experimental study ofdoi:10.1016/j.humov.2013.07.019 pmid:24210574 pmcid:PMC3858478 fatcat:opefzgzxbfb5bhfvnruhbk7ewy