STARR was calculated using an empirical weighting method, the rank-ordered centroid weighting method (Barron and Barrett 1996), that combines the weighted, ranked equal-area
ratings of the magnitude, duration and interannual frequency metrics for the contributing watershed of each stream gauge.
Smailagic, "Maxwell's equal-area
law for charged Anti-de Sitter black holes," Physics Letters B, vol.
These maps have the same good properties as the concentric map: equal-area
preservation, bicontinuity (the map and its inverse are continuous) and low distortion.
Because the data obtained from soil archives were collected based on soil horizons, equal-area
quadratic splines were fitted to the horizon data (Bishop et al.
In order to challenge assumptions about power and dominance, an entire wall is dedicated to the largest Hobo-Dyer equal-area
map ever produced...oriented with south-on-top!
To make his point he inevitably contrasted his equal-area
map with those based on the standard Mercator projection--whose greatly exaggerated higher latitude land masses come at the expense of those in the tropical regions, home to the majority of developing countries--and rejected the use of other equal-area
maps which used curved lines of longitude.
In contrast, most cartographers value the equal-area
property, as the comparison of a real extents is made easier.
The method that the equal-area
of rectangular shape is represented for round-ended shape has been used for antenna .
Strike and dip of the faults were plotted in equal-area
projection of Schmidt net to obtain and calculate the directions of principal stresses which acted on those faults.
world map is the usual template for incidence and endemicity displays, whereas regional maps and insets are used as needed; however, no section or entry on geographically diverse, health care-associated bacterial infections is included.
partitions of sphere, presentation at UNSW, July 2003.