linear perspective

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n linear perspective the appearance of things relative to one another as determined by their distance from the viewer
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Linear perspective that part of perspective which regards only the positions, magnitudes, and forms of the objects delineated
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. líne—L. linealinum, flax.

Usage

In literature:

These were given in linear perspective; of aerial perspective there was none.
"The Development of the Feeling for Nature in the Middle Ages and Modern Times" by Alfred Biese
To find these points is the main object or duty of linear perspective.
"The Theory and Practice of Perspective" by George Adolphus Storey
To this linear perspective is added moreover an atmospheric perspective.
"Chinese Painters" by Raphael Petrucci
LINEAR PERSPECTIVE, for the Use of Schools of Art.
"The Letters of Charles Dickens" by Charles Dickens
There are two kinds of perspective, linear and aerial.
"The Painter in Oil" by Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst
He was correct in his linear perspective, and an accurate observer of the style of the ancients.
"The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. 2 (of 6)" by Luigi Antonio Lanzi
Size or linear perspective is a factor in the perception of depth or of distance.
"Visual Illusions" by Matthew Luckiesh
Aerial perspective, or the suggestion of distance, quickly followed this adoption of linear perspective.
"Engraving for Illustration" by Joseph Kirkbride
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In news:

Linear Perspective June 19, 2009.
This image is made distinctive because of its linear perspective.
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In science:

This is a natural demand in applications, and this differs our analytic perspective from the linear algebraic one.
Sampling from large matrices: an approach through geometric functional analysis
Now that we have a unit linear program, it is best viewed in the polar perspective.
Beyond Hirsch Conjecture: walks on random polytopes and smoothed complexity of the simplex method
Testing reducibility of linear differential operators: a group theoretic perspective.
A Jordan-Hoelder Theorem for Differential Algebraic Groups
Testing reducibility of linear differential operators: a group theoretic perspective.
A Jordan-Hoelder Theorem for Differential Algebraic Groups
From a physical perspective the linear dilaton certainly rules out these spaces as models for our universe; but see for an intersecting brane scenario with chiral fermions.
Homogeneous heterotic supergravity solutions with linear dilaton
To put our work in perspective, we mention some previous work on Fourier transforms of functions on linear supermanifolds.
Harmonic analysis on Heisenberg--Clifford Lie supergroups
We envisage as perspective, to apply logistic regression using non-linear links between the two subpopulations.
Transfer Learning Using Logistic Regression in Credit Scoring
An alternative perspective arises if the low-energy theory fills out a linear realization of the electroweak group.
Uses and Abuses of Effective Lagrangians
Tong H: "A personal overview of non-linear time series analysis from a chaos perspective".
Review of Nonlinear Methods and Modelling
Thus from our perspective all we need to know is that we can always find a curve with linear holonomy in an exceptional minimal set.
Lectures on Contact Geometry in Low-Dimensional Topology
In many circumstances linear optics produce results that are intuitive from a classical perspective.
An introduction to one-way quantum computing in distributed architectures
Thus, if our Conjecture 4 is true, as we strongly believe, then we could explain the testability of all these properties through a unified perspective that uses no features of these properties other than their linear invariance.
A Unified Framework for Testing Linear-Invariant Properties
Branching vs. linear time: Semantical perspective.
Process Behaviour: Formulae vs. Tests (Extended Abstract)
From a different perspective, circular and linear variables can be also jointly modeled by the construction of circular–linear distributions.
A test for assessing independence between wildfire orientation and size
Translating the classification of linear flows into the language of perspective leads to the following notions.
The Rotation Class of a Flow
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