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.
We evaluated the validity of the DDLS option provided by this 3D stereographic camera and assessed the correlations between various stereometric optic disc parameters obtained by the 3D stereographic camera and optic disc cube parameters measured using OCT.
Stereoscopic (or stereometric) imaging is now widely used for volumetry of objects from electron microscopy to remote sensing (Tang et al, 2008).
Stereometriceskaja metallografia, Stereometric metallography, Metallurgia, 3-11-1 88-70, Moscow
Working with such forms requires significantly greater geometric or stereometric effort.
It was this idea that I had in mind when I wrote in 1906: "If we imagine a stereometric network as a part of the specialized structure, we must be prepared to admit that it changes at each level as the structure changes.
A forming technology to make stereometric freedom bending parts as pre-forms for hydroforming processes or ready-for-use space-frame components was introduced in (Neugebauer, 2002) together with a newly developed machine (Fig.
The number of counting units (cells, filaments, or colonies, [10.sup.6] [L.sup.-1]) was converted to biovolume (wet weight biomass, mg [L.sup.-]) using stereometric formulae after Olrik et al.
Eureka Aerospace is also actively developing the capability to generate 3D stereometric images with the Impsar.
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.