topometry

topometry

(təˈpɒmətrɪ)
n
the measurement of the surface features of a region
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The firm's engineers use a process called topometry to develop the optimal design for ply laminates in a structure, working out the best angles and shapes of the plies with a software tool.
The researchers used the Fast Optical In Vivo Topometry of Human Skin (FOITS) technique to measure changes in periorbital wrinkles in the two studies in women between the ages of 30 and 70 years old (study 1, n = 42; study 2, n = 35).
Fast optical in vivo topometry of human skin (FOITS): Vergleichende Untersuchungen zur Laserprofilometrie.
Topometry of crow's feet wrinkles was measured by fringe projection in order to obtain values for the average roughness (Ra), mean wrinkle depth (Rz) and maximum wrinkle depth (Rt).
Matthes F E, 1912, "Topology, topography, topometry" Bulletin of the American Geographic Society 44 334-339
AIMS: To demonstrate the ability of new anti-aging moisturizing products to improve overall smoothness and wrinkle depth appearance in the periorbital region via the Fast Optical in vivo Topometry of Human Skin (FOITS).
For example, it can be shown that skin roughness (FOITS: Fast Optical In-vivo Topometry of Human Skin) is reduced (see figures on page 19).
Anatomy of the normal human thalamus, topometry and standardised nomenclature.