stereometry

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ster·e·om·e·try

(ster'ē-om'ĕ-trē),
1. Measurement of a solid object or the cubic capacity of a vessel.
2. Determination of the specific gravity of a liquid.

ster·e·om·e·try

(ster'ē-om'ĕ-trē)
1. Measurement of a solid object or the cubic capacity of a vessel.
2. Determination of the specific gravity of a liquid.

stereometry

(stĕr″ē-ŏm′ĕ-trē) [″ + metron, a measure]
The measurement of a solid body or the cubic contents of a hollow body.
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Friden, "Evaluation of an external device measuring knee joint rotation: an in vivo study with simultaneous Roentgen Stereometric Analysis," Journal of Orthopaedic Research, vol.
A stereometric measurement file can be presented in the form of a contour diagram, a flat grayscale topographic map or color intensity.
In the previous equations, the price of radial, half radial, and flat sawn boards is determined by the market value and is therefore dependent neither on stereometric characteristics of the log nor the sawing technique.
Vases modeled on the shape of the body, known as 'contour containers' as well as human heads and finally lidded containers with a stereometric form.
And the angle from which each work has been photographed often fails to reveal important information, a real limitation in dealing with Egyptian art, which, while stereometric, regularly makes good use of all available surfaces for carrying signifiers.
The most unusual application of Schreckengost's sculptural skills came when he used his understanding of sculptural form to develop the US Navy's first program of radar recognition and to invent techniques for producing highly accurate topographical maps and terrain models based on stereometric aerial photography.
Subsequent stereometric assessment of the numbers of CNTF-ir cells demonstrated a highly significant increase by 3 days PD reaching 130% of control values by 10 days post-denervation.
However, we can suppose that the physical fields (geomagnetism and gravity) affect the stereometric properties of DNA molecules and proteins.
Excavating his stereometric form at the southern tip of Valle-Inclan, Siza creates a grand orthogonal canopy, open to town and monastery but sealed -- except for an iconic steel-supported strip -- to the plaza.
The use of homothety and its features in this task is demanding also because it is applied to solving a stereometric task.
Bulk density can be determined from a regular specimen by stereometric method.