diagraphic

diagraphic

(ˌdaɪəˈɡræfɪk)
adj
(Art Terms) descriptive; relating to illustration by drawing or graphics
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(5) It should be noted that Della Porta published the first instance of a diagraphic cipher--a way of complicating a code by having a single symbol of cipher-text represent two different letters of plain-text.
(1.) The regionalization issue is undertaken using the diagraphic method by Jan Czekanowski with an optimization procedure in a case classification of the unemployment level and the share of unemployed females (see Malarska [1987]) and the taxonometric method of the structures in other cases (see Mynarski [1992]).