polyline

polyline

[′päl·ē‚līn]
(computer science)
In computer graphics, a series of connected line segments and arcs that are treated as a single entity.

polyline

In computer graphics, a single entity that is made up of a series of connected lines.
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When scars were located, the bounds were manually digitized using the GIS polyline feature tool in Sonarwiz.
With ARCHICAD 21's next-gen Stair Tool, architects can jump right into the creative process: placing stairs with simple polyline input and choosing from various design options.
Particularly, according to OSM's format, a street is a polyline which is constructed by connecting multiple nodes (points).
For cut spline polyline, machinists can pick the polyline to cut, then enter the tangency tolerance (for specifying how the tool follows sharp corners), tool angle, lead-in/ out and other properties.
Effects of polyline simplification of dynamic GPS data under forest canopy on area and perimeter estimations.
Seismic lines were mapped using polyline coverage available for both the Yukon (Yukon Highways and Public Works, 2014) and Northwest Territories (WWF, 2002).
The bending process data are identified along a polyline and provided as a text file.
The most simple and effective treatment is carrying out third-order curve to fit to this polyline, so after fitting the road functions and a derivative at break point are continuous.
A subretinal spindle-shaped hyper-reflective lesion represented the development of neovascularization [Figure 1]d and e, yellow area was lined as CNV lesion using polyline tool [Figure 1]f and g.
Sobre el corte dentario axial en el punto que corresponde al mayor diametro horizontal se realizo la medicion del perimetro de la lesion haciendo uso de la herramienta del programa denominada polyline (figura 1C).
This method not only makes the junction clear, but it also separates the characters that are simply touching, resulting in polyline skeletonization.