Geometrical


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geometric

, geometrical
1. consisting of, formed by, or characterized by points, lines, curves, or surfaces
2. (of design or ornamentation) composed predominantly of simple geometric forms, such as circles, rectangles, triangles, etc.

Geometrical

Refers to forms that can be generated into three-dimensional plane figures and divided into three groups: continuous, such as those used in bands; enclosed panels; or flat patterns on walls.
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Firstly, an outline of geometrical face description formalization is presented together with related feature extraction aimed at landmarks localization.
Firstly; What is the need and why does an efficient and productive geometrical measurement planning process contribute to decrease cost upstream as well as downstream in terms of reduced lead times in measurement planning process work?
Selected object for this analysis was cylinder made from aluminium, and the following dimensional characteristics were observed: inner and outer diameter and cylinder length, and geometrical characteristics: coaxiality and parallelism.
It also helped with creating a wholesome geometrical vision," Hussein said.
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Indeed, the geometrical theory of the Hamilton spaces can be constructed by using the theory of Lagrange spaces and the duality, via Legendre transformation which is suggested by Theoretical Mechanics and is presented in [section]6.
So, Belot concludes, geometrical possibility is sui generis.
BEIRUT: Aside from representation itself -- landscape, portrait, still life, and so forth -- geometrical figures have long been favored by artists.
Director of Hama Archeology Department Abdulkader Farzat said the painting, which is 375 cm-long and 120 cm-wide, carries numerous geometrical shapes and decorations.
Kotev deserved his place in the spotlight by solving the ancient geometrical problem of Apollonius in a way no other mathematician has ever done.
The presented analytical research manifests a geometrical connexion existing among the