Plane chart

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Plane chart a representation of some part of the superficies of the globe, in which its spherical form is disregarded, the meridians being drawn parallel to each other, and the parallels of latitude at equal distances.
    • Plane chart See under Chart and Curve.
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Usage

In literature:

She wondered how the movement of the chart was regulated with that of the plane.
"In the Clutch of the War-God" by Milo Hastings
In this plane chart the South-land also lies fully 40 miles more to eastward than it should be, which should also be rectified.
"The Part Borne by the Dutch in the Discovery of Australia 1606-1765" by J. E. Heeres
I have heretofore exposed mistakes on the large plane chart, and it is not material to enter further into that subject.
"Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680" by Jasper Danckaerts
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In news:

View all Fiction Plane 's Chart History.
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In science:

If an adequate chart for these initial conditions is used they have the geometric structure of a matrix circle in the upper half-plane, called the Weyl surface.
Random Dirac operators with time-reversal symmetry
We exploit the Killing symmetries of the plane gravitational wave metric and suitable spacetime charts to construct a class of solutions in terms of certain linear ordinary differential equations.
On the motion of spinning test particles in plane gravitational waves
Chart of the distribution of radio antennas as planed in the LOFAR pro ject as presented in the talk by M.
On the Present and Future of Pulsar Astronomy
Consequently, we have chosen a coordinate chart in such a way that the fluid flow velocity always lies in the two plane spanned by ∂/∂x2 and ∂/∂x4 at each point.
Homothetic perfect fluid space-times
We need its generalization for the case of an arbitrary surface In such generalization the coordinate plane u1 , u2 or some its in the space E. part plays the role of a chart, while the real geometric domain and its boundary contour should be placed on a surface.
Course of differential geometry
By uniform continuity we find ε such that for every point p in M the 2ε-ball centered at p verifies that it admits a C 1 -chart to an open set in R3 which sends E to an almost horizontal xy -plane and E ⊥ to an almost vertical z -line.
Partial hyperbolicity and foliations in $\mathbb{T}^3$
Start with an oriented embedding of K in a coordinate chart R3 in which δ is the standard constant framing (outward normal “1” followed by i, j, k), and assume that the pro jection of K onto the ij -plane is generic.
Canonical framings for 3-manifolds
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