Metric

Metric

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Metrication In The United Kingdom - 1965 Onwards - Other Sectors
... the Retriangulation of Great Britain in 1936, using metric measures ... A metric National Grid was then used as the basis for maps published by the Ordnance Survey from World War II onwards, the War Office maps having had a metric grid ... The adoption of a metric scale was part of the national metrication process the best-selling 1 inch to the mile range of maps was replaced with the 150000 range ...
British Weights And Measures Association - Aim of The BWMA
... to oppose the compulsory imposition of the Metric system in the UK ... modern BWMA's founding in 1995, British schoolchildren had been educated using only metric measures since 1974 (earlier in some places), and British industry had ...
Subshift Of Finite Type - Metric
... A variety of different metrics can be defined on a shift space ... One can define a metric on a shift space by considering two points to be "close" if they have many initial symbols in common this is the p-adic metric ... In fact, both the one- and two-sided shift spaces are compact metric spaces ...
Metrication In The United Kingdom - 1965 Onwards - Metrication of Engineering-related Industries
... UNF fasteners were replaced by just seven metric sizes ... reference to Imperial trade names but made using metric dimensions in the factory for example, a 13 mm thick plasterboard is still often called 'half-in ... industry, had set a target of 75% of the industry being metric by the end of 1975 ...
Metric - Other
... Metric (band), a Canadian indie rock band. ...