a line created by a series of shorter straight line segments
A type of ST_Curve made up of 2-n points. Can be straight or 'curvy'.
A term for a line used by some GIS packages.
a collection of points that are connected with straight line segments
a continuous line composed of one or more line segments
a finite sequence of points, with an associated sequence of edges connecting successive points
a line, a polymarker is a dot, and text is simply that
a line consisting of several line segments
an ArcView term which refers to a single continuous line composed of numerous individual line segments joined at vertices
an ordered list of X/Y vertices points connected continuously by each successive line segment
a series of concatenated straight lines joining a set of points
a series of connected line segments
a set of adjacent segments
a set of lines joined at their vertices whose position parameters must also be specified when it is created
a set of straight lines defined by a list of points
a set of vectors that form a continuous line
any line defined by three or more points. Line features in themes such as boundaries, roads, streams and streets are usually polylines. See line.
A 2D line or mesh of adjustable width or a 3D line or mesh of nonadjustable width composed of line and arc segments.
In a GIS framework, a polyline is a set of straight line segments (connected or not) representing a linear geographic feature, such as a road or a railway. The polyline may also connect points homogeneous with respect to some criteria, such as a contour line. Map coordinates (easting, northing and height) are associated to the vertices of the segments.
A sequence of positions that are connected by a line.
This is a series of 3D points in space connected by straight lines. For this program, polyline is considered to be a variation of the curve entity, which can define NURB curves, polylines, and combinations of the two.
A curve made up of line segments. Polylines are drawn using the routines GPL, CURVE, and CURVED.
A concatenated sequence of straight lines. See also: line primitive