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Hi Amir,

It depends on the definition but I think it can be seen as the same. In our online help (in the section Tracking types) we defined the surface usage factor as following:


The Surface Usage Factor indicates the distance between the tracked module rows. A surface usage factor of 1 means that the distance from one module row to the next is equal to the width or height of the module. If the surface usage factor is 0, the next row of modules is infinitely far away. A surface usage factor of 0.5 means that the distance is two module lengths or widths.

Please let me also refer to an earlier post with a simple visualisation and calculation description of the Surface Usage Factor by Martin.

Hope that helps to clarify your question.

Kind regards



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