isogram


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isogram

[′ī·sə‚gram]
(mathematics)

isopleth

On a chart or a graph, a line of constant value of a given quantity with respect to either space or time. Also called an isogram.
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But many other new isograms are only locatable online.
Pair isograms, or diplograms as they are sometimes called, are terms where every letter occurs exactly twice.
Corresponding tables showing shiftgroups for four-letter words are too lengthy to exhibit; for example, there are 575 shiftgroups of isograms, and 300 of four-letter words in which one letter appears twice and two other letters once.
LOBE 12,15,2,5 is also a digital pair isogram (see E.
The diagram of wavelet variance and wavelet power spectrum along with the isograms of the wavelet transform coefficient could be used to identify the periodic features efficiently.
Caption: Figure 6: Isograms of gas volume fraction along the air direction in the working face.
In combination with the data measured by TRIME-TDR probes, the saturation isograms of different vertical profiles can be drawn, as shown in Figure 6.
The anomaly analysis of Au and Cu and the prospecting trench work are carried out based on the anomaly isograms. The anomaly isograms show that Au is mainly distributed in the Permian while Cu mostly spreads over the Silurian.
As it can be seen from the isograms, the dislocation of isolines of the indicators of the maximum and the minimum elongations related to the most important horizontal deformations coincides in the version I and the version II.
The third is the ludic mode, which relates to my liking for constraints, exploits and "exercises" and gives rise to all the work based on the notions and devices gleaned from Oulipo's experiments: palindromes, lipograms, pangrams, anagrams, isograms, acrostics, crosswords, and so on.
The third is the ludic mode, which relates to my liking for constraints, exploits, "exercises," and gives rise to all the work based on the notions and devices gleaned from OuLiPo's experiments: palindromes, lipograms, pangrams, anagrams, isograms, acrostics, crosswords, etc.
I especially enjoyed the Shortz contest Puder's books ad (I may avail myself of some of them.), Eckler's trigrams, Kickshaws as usual, Dave's palindrome contest, your Melencolia, the Grant and Kahan puzzles, Ray Love's Playful Poems and Danyl Francis' new isograms. Dany's keyboard articles were also informative.