oblique projection


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oblique projection

[ə′blēk prə′jek·shən]
(mapping)
A map projection with its axis at an oblique angle to the plane of the equator.

oblique projection

A method of projection in which a three-dimensional object, having one principal face parallel to the picture plane, is represented by projecting parallel lines at some angle other than 90 degrees. See also: Projection drawing

oblique projection

oblique projection
Oblique gnomonic projection.
A map projection with the axis inclined at an oblique angle to the plane of the equator.
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Boyer, "Oblique projection for source estimation in a competitive environment: algorithm and statistical analysis," Signal Processing, vol.
Elfving, "Block-iterative algorithms with diagonally scaled oblique projections for the linear feasibility problem," SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, vol.
According to the development stages, Han did not reach the primary level of oblique projection (see Figure 11).
In Sections 5-6, we modify the basic setting by introducing an oblique projection that enables us to deflate approximate (possibly generalized) eigenspaces and to introduce a truly deflated GMRes method.
The joint angles were measured independently by 3 different observers (D.G., G.B., S.L.) for the cranial limb on the lateral and oblique projections and for the caudal limb on the oblique projections.
where Q is the oblique projection onto W parallel to M[perpendicular to].
The posteromedial axial oblique projection requires the patient's affected leg to be rotated laterally 10[degrees] to 15[degrees] so that the lateral surface of the patella is closest to the film (anterolateral oblique position).
The third image is a dual angiogram in the left anterior oblique projection with a guide catheter in the RCA and the second guide catheter in the anomalous ostium of the circumflex which is arising from the right coronary cusp.
Avoiding oblique projection of large angle is another way to reduce X-ray radiation dose rates.
TIMI frame count in the LAD and Cx arteries were assessed in the right anterior oblique projection with caudal angulation and RCA in left anterior oblique projection with cranial angulation.
Therefore, in this paper we focus on an oblique projection of the directly computed gradient of the numerical solution.