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tessellated

 [tes´ĕ-lāt″ed]
divided into squares, like a checker board.

tes·sel·lat·ed

(tes'ĕ-lāt'ĕd),
Made up of small squares; checkered.
[L. tessella, a small square stone]

tes·sel·lat·ed

(tes'ĕ-lāt-ĕd)
Made up of small squares; checkered.
[L. tessella, a small square stone]
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To get around the problems of tessellated models, CoreTechnologie developed its own CAD kernel capable of reading and importing binary code, including BREP geometry and product manufacturing information (PMI) from all the major CAD packages--without going through an application programming interface (API).
Major study ocular eligibility criteria include the following: (1) phakic eyes with best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA) > 20/20 and refractive error worse than -6 diopter (D); (2) adults (older than 18 years); and (3) no myopic retinal degenerative lesion ([C.sub.0]) or only tessellated fundus ([C.sub.1]) related to myopia [8].
Subjects with valid consent, who believed to fulfil all eligibility criteria--Patients diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, older than 20 years of age with physiological tessellated and non-tessellated fundi and with none of the exclusion criteria--Patients with glaucoma, optic neuropathy, optic atrophy, age related maculopathy, anaemia, renal failure, hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, undergone any ocular surgeries, prior laser treatment and pregnant women were invited to participate in the study.
Moreover, screenspace error has been used to limit the tessellation, so that triangles smaller than an indicated size are not further tessellated.
A conservatory extension has been built over two levels with tessellated limestone floor covering and under floor convector radiators.
The snake's head fritillary, as it's called, has flowers that look almost hand-painted with delightful, tessellated patterns.
Its flowers are lilac–pink with a white throat and gently tessellated. Most gardeners love the strikingly pure form of single varieties such as C.
"The tessellated roof canopy with concrete domes, extend to shade the facades.
The most important achievements of the company include designing the German Parliament, The tessellated glass roof of the British Museum's, British Library of Political and Economic Science besides many others.
His brown-wash study of the former dramatically delineates the jagged fingers of rock and the fractured, tessellated cliffs on which Mortmain castle perches like an afterthought.
Tessellated beams used above the rinks hid ducts and mechanical work in an aesthetically pleasing way.
The front door leads into an impressive entrance hall with original tessellated tiled floor.