topography


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topography

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

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Axial curvature maps of normal corneal topography can be classified into five groups: round, oval, symmetrical bowtie, asymmetric bowtie and irregular (see Figure 4).
Figure 6 contrasts the predictions for hominin locomotor evolution made by the 'traditional' hypotheses (left) and the complex topography hypothesis (right).
In this surface topography image, white areas are the components whose tops are outside of the level being imaged.
Thus, an informant could indicate their child engaged in a given topography even if it had only occurred once in that child's development.
Recently effects of topography in foothill data have been studied (Malaver et al.
FIGURE 3 depicts an excellent example of optimum resin topography.
Under the larger heading of "Construction" that segment of the Daunton volume bears a superficial resemblance to chapters on topography in the earlier volume s, but here the similarity ends.
When introducing key signatures, I suggest first playing an ascending major scale on the piano, using the visual topography of the black and white keys.
One recent result shows that soft polymeric-based encapsulants do not suppress deformation-induced topography in aluminum lines.
The following exercise uses data collected from TOPEX/Poseidon, an earlier mission, to study the relationship between ocean-floor topography and ocean-surface topography.
In her "Conclusions" Lemke invokes a topography of modernism that will be unfamiliar to many and, to some, imprecise.
This park was established in 1941 to preserve its maze of passages, domes and pits, underground rivers and lakes, and rugged topography.