If you already have an individual subscription, please log in using your Taylor & Francis Online ID to gain access. Welcome to colwiz. An activation email has been sent. To get back into your account, follow the instructions we’ve sent to you. The Miller Oblated Stereographic Projection, implemented by both the American Geographical Society and the Defense Mapping Agency in small-scale mapping of Africa, Europe, Asia and Australasia, is conformal for most land masses, reducing overall scale and area distortion by using a double projection. “Fill-in” sections are not conformal. Developed in 1953–1955 by O. M. Miller, the projection is implemented via tables for map construction. With the advent of computer-assisted intelligence and operations systems that use this projection to provide electronic images, the computation of rectangular projection coordinates from geographic locations via table look-up is no longer adequate. This paper presents an algorithm, based upon the original Miller work, which performs this transformation in a form applicable to scientific programming languages. Welcome to colwiz. An activation email has been sent. To get back into your account, follow the instructions we’ve sent to you. Source.