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**Image stitching**— or photo stitching is the process of combining multiple photographic images with overlapping fields of view to produce a segmented panorama or high resolution image. Commonly performed through the use of computer software, most approaches to… …102

**Hjelmslev transformation**— In mathematics, the Hjelmslev transformation is an effective method for mapping an entire hyperbolic plane into a circle with a finite radius. The transformation was invented by Danish mathematician Johannes Hjelmslev. It utilizes Nikolai… …103

**Inquiry**— For other uses, see Public inquiry and Enquiry character. An inquiry is any process that has the aim of augmenting knowledge, resolving doubt, or solving a problem. A theory of inquiry is an account of the various types of inquiry and a treatment …104

**Terrestrial locomotion**— [ horse an erect stanced unguligrade quadruped with a galloping gait. An animation of photos by Eadweard Muybridge] Terrestrial locomotion has evolved as animals adapted from aquatic to terrestrial environments. Locomotion on land raises… …105

**Slip-stitch knitting**— is a family of knitting techniques that use slip stitches to make multiple fabrics simultaneously, to make extra long stitches, and/or to carry over colors from an earlier row. Contents 1 Basic methods 2 Double knitting with slip stitches 3… …106

**Orthogonal convex hull**— The orthogonal convex hull of a point set In Euclidean geometry, a set is defined to be orthogonally convex if, for every line L that is parallel to one of the axes of the Cartesian coordinate system, the intersection of K with L is empty, a… …107

**Bank Gothic**— Infobox font name = BankGothic Md BT style = Sans serif classifications = Geometric date = 1930 creator = Morris Fuller Benton foundry = American Type Founders foundries = Bitstream, FontHaus, LinotypeBank Gothic is a rectilinear geometric sans… …108

**Isothetic polygon**— An isothetic polygon is a polygon whose alternate sides belong to two parametric families of straight lines which are pencils of lines with centers at two points (possibly in the infinity). The most well known example of isothetic polygons are… …109

**Laura Gale House**— Mrs. Thomas H. Gale House U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. Historic district Contributing property …110

**Tolstoj quadrangle**— The Tolstoj quadrangle in the equatorial region of Mercury runs from 144 to 216° longitude and 25 to 25° latitude. It was provisionally called Tir , but renamed after Leo Tolstoy by the International Astronomical Union in 1976. [International… …