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topography

The contours of land—such as flat, rolling, or steep.

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In the relevant studies, participants completed a training package that included selection-based conditional discrimination training of baseline relations and tests for the emergence of derived relations that were assessed in a selection-based format, topographical format (Walker et al.
By combining the concept of topographical maps with artistic creation, the students gained a better understanding of both art and geography.
15 Table 2: Correlation Between Topographical Conditions and Ground Water Relative Dissection Potential Relief Index Yield Relative Relief 1 Dissection Index .
The present work deals with a combined SEM/ WLI methodology to correlate topographical and compositional information, using plasma polymer/ nanoAlCe[O.
Design Compiler topographical technology accurately predicts final design timing, power, testability and area results prior to actual physical implementation, giving front-end designers early visibility into layout results.
To achieve the 11x improvement over the previous-generation design flow, STARC introduced Design Compiler topographical technology into its STARCAD-CEL methodology which also includes IC Compiler for physical implementation, DFT MAX for test compression, the CCS library format for cell library modeling, and the golden PrimeTime(R) SI sign-off solution for timing.
The new topographical layering, wider palette, and polygonal canvases add more data to this already complex visual calculus.
The Design Compiler topographical technology is an innovative synthesis capability that utilizes Galaxy(TM) design platform physical implementation technologies to derive interconnect delays.
Lichtenberg-Ettinger offers intimate, small-scale images, made with photographs from the '30s and '40s taken from newspapers or family albums: photos of children and a doll; naked women in the camps; and aerial and topographical views of Palestine.
Until recently, because of the island's sheer topographical inaccessibility, only a handful of local fishermen, villagers and smugglers were privy to these natural wonders.
According to Henry Mullins, a marine geologist at Syracuse University in New York, who first proposed this theory and who also participated in Leg 101, the rifting left both topographical highs and deep gulleys.
Lastly, Typhoon Exploration is completing a land and topographical survey that will include all recent and historical diamond drilling performed on Fayolle.