planimetry


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planimetry

[plə′nim·ə·trē]
(mapping)
The measurement of plane surfaces; for example, the determination of horizontal distances, angles, and areas on a map.
The plan details of a map; the natural and cultural features of a region (excluding relief) as shown on a map.
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Planimetry of the ceremonial site Sierra de Montecristo-1, which has structures of the type Walls and Boxes.
It contains planimetry, arithmetics, geometry and stereometry.
Long's idea that the planimetry of Mendut would be based on the Vastupurusa mandala, a re-elaboration of an idea previously applied to Borobudur as well, is interesting.
This procedure did not solve inverse transformation, for example for land map planimetry conversion in scale of 1: 880 into map section within the JTSK system.
Kinetic analysis of gliding combined with planimetry to determine cross-sectional area in six national-level males led the authors to recommend more emphasis on control of body position during the glides to reduce drag (O078, Hydrodynamic Characterization.
At 7 days after flap elevation, all flaps were photographed and planimetry data were analyzed by Simple PCI (Compix; Sewickley, Pennsylvania).
Polygons were drawn around each patch for each year, and patch area was calculated using either ArcGIS software or planimetry, depending on map format.
LEA of LD muscle was traced on an acetate film between the 3rd and 4th last ribs and was subsequently determined by planimetry.
6) Variants of the above method also exist, such as use of digital planimetry as an alternative to square counting.
In order to eliminate the respiratory effect, the investigator selected the image showing the largest CSA and the area was measured by planimetry.