arbitrary grid

arbitrary grid

[′är·bə‚trer·ē ′grid]
(mapping)
Any reference system developed for use where no grid is available or practical, or where military security for the reference is desired.
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The samples in the arbitrary grid are passed to the NURBS renderer that interprets them as control points for a degree 3 B-spline surface.
A series of images in the vicinity of the West Temple feature in Zion National Park, Utah, were rendered from an arbitrary grid containing 120 rows and 140 columns of elevation samples with a horizontal resolution of 50 meters.
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