morphography


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morphography

(mɔːˈfɒɡrəfɪ)
n
the scientific description of an external form
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morphography

the scientific description of form. — morphographer, n.morphographic, adj.
See also: Form
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The Arabic Dialect of the Jews of Baghdad: Phonology, Morphography, and Texts
The positions of the eyes and mouth are used as landmarks to represent a facial morphography. We designate a set of landmark positions and use an affine transformation (A,t) to convert the images, I, and spherical harmonic images, [Q.sub.i], into a standard form in which the eyes and mouth are in the designated positions.
The SEM images in Figure 3 showed the morphography of the coating surface.