oblique projection


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Related to oblique projection: Axonometric projection, Perspective projection

ob·lique pro·jec·tion

any radiographic projection between frontal and lateral.

ob·lique pro·jec·tion

(ō-blēk prŏ-jekshŭn)
Radiographic projection between frontal and lateral.
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After a longer period of study and practice, people with congenital total blindness may have a chance to present the spatial attributes of an object through oblique projection or perspective.
After intensive and systematic learning, Han was still unable to use oblique projection or perspective and remained at the foldout stage experienced by sighted children.
However, Han was able to use the skills he learned from the lessons in the study to draw objects that were not taught in the lessons, for example, organic shapes, including models of vegetables and fruits; a table with a front-view angle; and a cup with oblique projection.
Let us consider the oblique projection framework of Sections 5-8 first, with E :[equivalent to] [[?
We suggest for non-Hermitian A another choice: an oblique projection onto [[?
So far we have based deflated GMRes and MinRes on orthogonal projections Q and P :[equivalent to] I - Q, but for GMRes and other solvers for nonsymmetric linear systems of equations it is more appropriate to consider oblique projections since the eigenspaces of A are typically not mutually orthogonal.
Each observer measured each joint angle once on each of the 3 lateral projections and the 3 oblique projections.
Consistency of measurements performed on straight lateral radiographic projections with superimposed limbs was not consistently superior to measurements on oblique projections with a slightly tilted pelvis.
Let W and M be two infinite dimensional closed subspaces of H such that H = W [direct sum] M [perpendicular to], and let Q be the oblique projection onto W parallel to M [perpendicular to], i.
Let W and M be closed subspaces of H such that H = W [direct sum] M [perpendicular to] and let Q be the oblique projection onto W parallel to M[perpendicular to].
Our gradient recovery technique is based on the oblique projection operator [Q.
2] -projection is asymptotically exact [3, 7, 11] even for mildy unstructured meshes, the error estimator based on this oblique projection is also asymptotically exact for such meshes.