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California artist Paul Kirley layers photographic materials and acrylic on his structures, made of sinuously cut sections of birch plywood, hence suggesting a three-dimensional topographic model.
Other findings include a precise topographic model of the planet's northern hemisphere, which reveals a smaller spread in elevations compared to those of Mars or the Moon.
Mar del Pirineo (Pyrenean Sea), 2006, materializes a flooded landscape as an upside-down topographic model.
In chapter 7, Cavell melds Davidson's conceptual account of irrationality through segregated mental compartments with Freud's empirically-based topographic model of the personality.
Introduction The topographic models of Earth's landmass are considered fundamental in a variety of geospatial applications, including mapping, hydrology, geology, navigation, GIS (Geographic Information Systems), mission planning, and mission simulation.
Sigmund Freud, the presumptive grandfather of the field, revealed his training as a neurologist when he introduced his topographic model of the mind.
In spring 2001, University of Minnesota researchers began using a helicopter-mounted laser scanner to construct a topographic model of 35 miles (56 kilometers) of the Blue Earth River between Amboy, Minn.
A revised and detailed topographic model has also been updated for use in the resource estimate.