orthomorphic


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orthomorphic

(ˌɔːθəʊˈmɔːfɪk)
adj
(Physical Geography) geography another word for conformal2
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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.
CBCT is largely used in planning orthognathic and facial orthomorphic surgeries, which require detailed visualization of the interocclusal relationship to augment the 3D virtual skull model with a detailed representation of the dental surface.
Most maps use the Mercator projection (named after Gerardus Mercator, 1512-1594, a Flemish cartographer and mathematician), that is an orthomorphic map projection on which parallels and meridians form a rectangular grid, with the scale being exaggerated with increasing distance from the equator.