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12 July 1983 Stereometric Analysis Of The Human Body And Articular Surfaces
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In this paper we introduce the method of Moir4 contourography to measure human body and animal's articular facies and teeth. The animal facies of articulation is rather complicated. We haven't seen an expression of a complete mathmatic formula yet. Hence, we adopt Moiri contourography to express three dimensions of animal's articular facies.1 We show here also the characteristic equation of Moire contourography of irradiation grating, and the relationship of the contour Moire frings and influence coefficients. So it is very useful to measure errors. Then we introduce some of our research on animal's articulation surface and teeth.
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Zhang Ren-xiang, Lu Ming, Lan Zu-yun, and Zhang Hong-zi "Stereometric Analysis Of The Human Body And Articular Surfaces", Proc. SPIE 0361, Biostereometrics '82, (12 July 1983); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.966035
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