pictorical

pictorical

(pɪkˈtɒrɪkəl)
adj
a variant form of pictorial
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In this section, trapezoidal neutrosophic function has been proposed using Matlab program and for the differennt membership values, pictorical representation is given and the Matlab code is designed as follows.
El actor principal de esta investigacion aplico entonces el metodo pictorico (pictorical method) a su mosaico de inquietudes: abogo por la ensenanza de la historia del derecho y del derecho comparado mediante imagenes (Fishman & Boston, 2013, p.
A microscopic eye: the relevance of the small and the insignificant in narrative art, pictorical art and postrevolutionary guignol theater
Seeing someone painted can evoke the feeling of being painted, and of painting somebody else's body or other pictorical surface like a canvas of bark.
Liang, A Pictorical History of Chinese Architecture, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, USA, 1984.
La primera se vincula a que el propio Richter prefiere no referir al concepto de "apropiacion" sino al de "pictorical repetition of the events" (Elger, 2009, p.
A Pictorical History of Western Calligraphy, Taplinger, New York, 1982.
Teniendo como antecedente el linguistic turn (18), el autor apela a las ciencias humanas a realizar un pictorical turn.
Pictorical cyclopedia of exotic plants from tropical and near-tropic regions.
The pictorical rhetoric of Innenraum is regular Kiefer: fleeing perspective countered by frontal materiality, all imbued with light/dark, sonorous tones and chafing colors.
In primary iconicity the association of base with referent is direct, either because an object is deictically pointed, or because the base is pictorical and encodes meaning by simulating the drawing of an event, object or person, or it is kinetic and executes all or part of an action performance (E kman - Friesen 1969: 61-62).