Nomography
 Noun
A treatise on laws; an exposition of the form proper for laws.
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Nomogram
to allow the approximate graphical computation of a mathematical function. The field of nomography

Melograph
The Melograph, similar to the Melodiograph, is a mechanical apparatus for ethnomusicological transcription usually producing some sort of graph that can be preserved and filed, similar to a recording of music. Beginning with attempts by Milton Metfessel in 1928, assorted devices such as this have been developed or manufactured, the most notable dating back to the 1950s and situated at the University of California in Los Angeles (Charles Seeger), the University of Oslo (Olav Gurvin and ), and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem ( and Ruth Katz).

Horror film
A horror film is a film that seeks to elicit fear for entertainment purposes. Initially inspired by literature from authors like Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker, and Mary Shelley, horror has existed as a film genre for more than a century. The macabre and the supernatural are frequent themes. Horror may also overlap with the fantasy, supernatural fiction, and thriller genres.

Nosology
Nosology (from Ancient Greek νόσος (nosos), meaning 'disease', and λογία (logia), meaning 'study of') is the branch of medical science that deals with the classification of diseases.

Kolmogorov–Arnold representation theorem
In real analysis and approximation theory, the Kolmogorov–Arnold representation theorem (or superposition theorem) states that every multivariate continuous function can be represented as a superposition of continuous functions of one variable. It solved a more general form of Hilbert's thirteenth problem. The works of Andrey Kolmogorov and Vladimir Arnold established that if f is a multivariate continuous function, then f can be written as a finite composition of continuous functions of a single variable and the binary operation of addition. More specifically, .

Noctography
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Noctography (photographic technique)
Noctography is a photographic technique, where a single frame is exposed by moving light sources

Philbert Maurice d'Ocagne
and mathematician. He founded the field of nomography, the graphic computation of algebraic equations, on charts which he called a nomogram.

Hilbert's thirteenth problem
in the context of nomography, and in particular "nomographic construction" — a process whereby a function

Karlis Zalts
in topics such as mechanical calculators, statistics and nomography as well as folklore, education