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Reversing values.

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Remarkably accurate... (not quite safe for work)
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David Rutten replied to Chun Qing Li's discussion How to convert the Open Brep to a Surface?
"To elaborate, the higher the degree the smoother the curve. Degree=1 curves are (poly)lines, degree=2 curves can be used to mimic conic sections such as circles, parabola, and hyperbola, degree=3 is the default for Rhino, degree=5 gives you smoother…"
David Rutten replied to Chun Qing Li's discussion How to convert the Open Brep to a Surface?
" And sometimes kinks are hard to spot, they need not be visually 'kinky'. I think any multiple knot in a nurbs curve with valence=degree causes the lofter to think it needs to make a polysurface."
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"If you plug the values just prior to Equality into a Format component with the pattern "{0:R}", what does it look like?"

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Evolutionary Principles applied to Problem Solving

This blog post is a rough approximation of the lecture I gave at the AAG10 conference in Vienna on September 21st 2010. Naturally it will be quite a different experience as the medium is quite different, but it my hope the basic premise of the lecture remains intact. This post deals with Evolutionary Solvers in general, but I use Rhino, Grasshopper and Galapagos to demonstrate the topics.

September 24th 2010…

Posted on September 25, 2010 at 9:00am — 35 Comments

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At 2:20pm on October 27, 2013, David Rutten said…

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