Translation for 'anthropometry' from English to Russian
NOUN   anthropometry | anthropometries
антропометрия {ж}anthropometry
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Translation for 'anthropometry' from English to Russian

антропометрия {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • Human height is one of the areas of study within anthropometry.
  • In 1654, he published "Anthropometria", an early study of anthropometry.
  • MakeHuman mesh is used in industrial design, to verify the anthropometry of a project, and in virtual reality research, to quickly produce avatars from measures or camera views.
  • He also developed an interest in anthropometry, and showed that nutrition and environmental factors contribute to physiological development.
  • However, the defence failed to reckon with the fact that Garson was not an expert of fingerprinting but of anthropometry, its rival field in identification.

  • The anthropometry of the upper arm is a set of measurements of the shape of the upper arms.
  • The case laid the groundwork in proving the superiority of fingerprints for personal identification purposes as compared to anthropometry.
  • The von Luschan scale was used extensively throughout the first half of the 20th century in race studies and anthropometry.
  • Some forensic scientists, pathologists and anthropologists up to the 1990s continued to use the tripartite division of Caucasoids: Nordic, Alpine and Mediterranean, based on their cranial anthropometry.
  • ... 22 April 1853 – 13 February 1914) was a French police officer and biometrics researcher who applied the anthropological technique of anthropometry to law enforcement creating an identification system based on physical measurements.

  • Singh's and Mohinder Kumar Bhasin's coauthored book "Anthropometry (1968)" was assessed by Edward Eyre Hunt Jr.
  • During his artistic career, in 2010 the writer Costanzo Costantini labelled Bongiorno as the Italian Yves Klein, referring to his anthropometry, in line with the French painter.
  • He was also a scientist who practiced craniofacial anthropometry.
  • Means and moments, quantitative sociology and anthropometry.
  • During this time he conducted research and wrote several papers on physical anthropology, specifically craniometry and anthropometry.

  • Jay Webber Seaver (March 9, 1855 – May 5, 1915 ) was an American physician and a pioneer of anthropometry.
  • Ergonomics traditionally involves many disciplines including biomechanics, anthropometry, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, kinesiology, health sciences and physiology.
  • These methods included dental analysis, anthropometry and fingerprinting.
  • Older mask designs were designed only to fit young adult men of average weight and a narrow range of ethnicities; newer ones use updated anthropometry and fit more people.
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