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A three-dimensional image represented in two dimensions with no perspective, as if the original were truly flat.Architectural drawings of elevations—the different sides of a building—have no perspective detail but are orthographic. Many local tax assessor's offices and online property information services include orthographic aerial or satellite photographs of properties, corrected for the earth's curvature.

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On the basis of the extant documents examined so far, one can assume that towards the end of the seventeenth century the language had achieved orthographic standardisation (Scragg 1974: 80, Gorlach 2001: 78).
Line lengths were thus approximately equal, and their reading times along with them; they had the word and orthographic nexus as metrical and spatial unity, and graphic space or time as a containing form, with the latter laid out not in a mechanical or entirely visual manner, but as a presupposition in scanning, and as an agent in writing and thinking.
If braille-cell processing influences the kinematic aspects of reading, then words with low orthographic frequency should reduce reading velocity, increase the intermittency of the velocity trace, and encourage more reversals in reading direction.
While many of these standardized tests have demonstrated whole-word reliability and correlations with each other, the orthographic qualities of each word within each assessment have never been examined.
It is done by machine-part orthographic view grouping analysis.
As we evaluate AutoCAD Plant 3D, we expect to benefit from correct tagging, 3D model reviews, clash detection, connection to P&ID work, orthographics, and isometrics.
Orthographic projection and the way in which the various views of an artefact are generated, including oblique views and sections, with particular reference to 3rd angle projection.
Text Box 1 The orthographic processor is the visual processor, which receives information from print, and serves to initiate the reading process; the orthographic memory is what helps a reader to recognize the word.
This was an important step towards making the language orthographic but it was conceived only as a transitional one.
In die domein van taalidentifisering beskryf Zulu, Botha en Barnard in huile bydrae getiteld, Orthographic measures of language distances between the official South African languages, twee verskillende metodes om die ooreenkomste en verskille tussen SuidAfrikaanse tale te meet.
Bowers (1996) also proposed that "naming speed influences the ability to learn the orthographic pattern of words" (p.
Dates would be practical not only for indexing the themes of Cornish poetry during different periods, but also for future researchers of the language who would like to understand more about its development after the various orthographic changes in the 1980s.