isometric system

isometric system

[¦ī·sə′me·trik ′sis·təm]
(crystallography)
The crystal system in which the forms are referred to three equal, mutually perpendicular axes. Also known as cubic system.
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The question arises as to whether forms in the hexoctahedral class of the isometric system other than the dodecahedron can yield similar, elongated twins.
So {([X.sub.[Alpha]], [[Tau].sub.[Alpha]]) : [Alpha] [less than or equal to] [Eta]} is a normal quasi isometric system for ([X.sub.[Eta]], [[Tau].sub.[Eta]]), hence by the remarks in Section 1.
In Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space: Map Projections--The Pyramid (The World from Below), 1978, the planet, with its identifiable land masses, is hypothesized as a pyramid instead of a globe.
One series, "Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space: Map Projections," 1973-80, predominated.