graphic scale


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graphic scale

A graduated line by means of which distances on the map, chart, or photograph may be measured in terms of ground distance. See also scale.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The proposed algorithm allows perform the kinematic analysis of complex mechanism on condition of graphic scale optimization of research constructions.
Moreover, the new test seems to detect different distributions by testing on the median, where the usual ANOVA and t-test accept the hypothesis of equal means (not necessarily equal distributions); (2) we add two new scales to the invariance analysis: a graphic scale visualized in a computer, and a graphic scale presented in a paper.
Comparison of the written scale with the graphic scale would have revealed that the drawings were half-size.
The other two samples responded only to the graphic scale on two occasions, two weeks apart.
I suggest, on such a graphic scale, one is as corrosive as the other - especially to the pre-watershed audience.
Firstly, a Graphic Group Identification Scale (GGIS), adapted from the graphic scale of Shamir and Kark (2004), was used to assess the degree of the person's identification with the work group with a single item (see Figure 2).
Sinuous zigzags cut across the prized leather, evoking the graphic scales and lithe movements of the serpent, a longstanding Bulgari icon.
Question 13 asks about graphic scales: "Would you combine the three graphs in each arrowed column?