orthomorphic


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orthomorphic

(ˌɔːθəʊˈmɔːfɪk)
adj
(Physical Geography) geography another word for conformal2
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Some of the orthodontic uses include assessment of palatal bone thickness, skeletal growth patterns, dental age estimation, visualization of impacted teeth tooth inclination and torque, determining available alveolar bone width for buccolingual movement of teeth, upper airway assessment, and for planning orthognathic and facial orthomorphic surgeries (4245).
In Asiacrypt '99, Vaudenay added a simple function [sigma], which has the orthomorphic or [alpha]-almost orthomorphic property, to one branch of each round (Fig.
The designers hope Loiss can enrich applications of orthomorphic permutations in cryptography and motivate the research on cryptographic properties of orthomorphic permutations.