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equidistant

[¦ē·kwə¦dis·tənt]
(mathematics)
Being the same distance from some given object.
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In this case, as the linear intercept method is being applied with an equidistance of 1 pixel between line probes, the total number of pixels belonging to the POI is equal to the total length of all test lines across it.
30 Rockefeller is noted for its equidistance between commuter hubs Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station and as a central hub of New York City tourism, business, and entertainment, yet the landmark 70-story, 2.
They struck a pose of equidistance between the two larger parties and engaged in a lot of Labour-bashing.
said Baisalov "Free and fair elections require all political parties to be in equal conditions and equidistance from the government.
Examples of maritime boundaries constructed as lines of equidistance between coastal states are provided.
The presidency should remain neutral and equidistance from all political groups," he said.
Not only had each of my hundreds of stingless bees on their return been carefully labeled and given a name (even if only a Camargo manuscript name for the new species), but all of the bees were identified and meticulously placed equidistance in straight lines.
Using the equidistance line, the tribunal awarded Suriname 6,900 sq.
Along the horizontal, the judging of equidistance despite conflicting diagonal lines bisecting it, was easy for Melanesians so used to doing exactly that in the weaving process.
Precedence in somewhat similar cases shows that the courts tend to prefer the principle of equitable solution over the equidistance rule.
The equidistance functions to subliminally suggest that there exists an equity in the globalized world, which is a notorious falsehood.