The image resolution is about 300 meters per pixel, and the vertical scale is 1.
What does V SCALE stand for?
V SCALE stands for Vertical Scale
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Voltage (physics)
- VTOL/STOL (US military aircraft vehicle type designation)
- Volume and Tension (pulse)
- velocity of circumferential fiber shortening
- volume of distribution at steady state
Samples in periodicals archive:
PTI's "PET Hydrolytic Degradation Nomograph" enables the user to indicate the starting IV by sliding a plot point on a vertical scale to the appropriate value.
We continue to expand curriculum, instruction, and assessment offerings all in a unified system with our vertical scale providing stability and alignment throughout.
To emphasize the differences in relief in a comparatively flat area, the vertical scale may be expanded relatively with the horizontal scale, producing a cross-section with vertical exaggeration.
A centrally-mounted Y-axis vertical scale is in-line with the lens and workpiece for a vertically-correct image.
The 32 articles work as chapters, covering the foundations (such as effective development, standards, contracting for test services, evidence-centered design, and preventing fraud), content (validity evidence, credentialing examinations) item development (computer item banking, editing and review, fairness), test design (practical issues, vertical scales, pass-fail tests), test protection and administration and post-test activities such as technical reporting and evaluation.
VERTICAL SCALING: A vertical scale links or spans multiple levels of a test and is frequently intended to link scores across multiple grades.
Note: Because vertical scales differ, graphs should not be compared.