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Region Words

TermDefinition
Functional Region Areas that are linked together to function as a unit.
Perceptual Region Areas based on human thoughts and feelings; often identified by a nickname.
Formal Region An area with one or more common characteristics that separate it from another.
Physical Characteristics Features of a substance that are primarily sensory (physical) and generally measurable, such as area, hardness, smoothness, shape, color, weight, volume, etc.
Human Characteristics what has been put in a place, not by nature, but by humans. They include the food people might eat, the shops, malls, schools, etc.
boundaries a line that marks the limits of an area; a dividing line.
Fuzzy Boundaries A boundary that is treated as band of uncertainty.
Defined Boundaries Can be thought of as distinct zones- they are often represented by distinct lines that separate various regions of the data.
Unifying make or become united, uniform, or whole.
Created by: carwid123