o relate to each plane its sections i.e.:
paths=624 - {0;0;2;0}(N=1)
the number of section planes is 70 and somewhere I have 4 section lines and somewhere 5 or 8, is it clear?
1 plane = 1 set of sections
thank you for helping me.…
Added by paul piciorul at 5:35am on October 28, 2010
So the distance between each pair of closest points must be exactly 5, 7, or 15? How about the distance between a point and it's 2nd closest neighbour? 3rd closest? ...
Added by David Rutten at 9:41am on November 10, 2017
ll these 12500 points.
Group 1 would represent the point located at 0, 5, 10, 15, 20 etc.
Group 2 - 1, 6, 11, 16, 21 etc.
Group 3 - 2, 7, 12, 17, 22 etc.
Group 4 - 3, 8, 13, 18, 23 etc.
Group 5 - 4, 9, 14, 19, 24 etc.
I can create the pattern but the selection of points are all the points in row 0 and then all the points in row 5 and so on.
I would like the selection of points to start at the bottom left, and sequentially continue to the right and then continue on the 2nd row (left to right & bottom to top). i am hoping the pattern i am trying to achieve is more understood with the quick screen capture I uploaded.
the end goal is to be able to select all the points in the grid that are in each pattern.
Thanks in advance for any guidance with this. …
Added by Alyne Rankin at 6:53am on October 11, 2017
the first area and the first number, the second area and the second number and the third are and the third number. For example, let's assume we have the following areas {65, 15, 20}. The absolute difference between these two sets equals {abs(44-65), abs(39-15), abs(17-20)} == {21, 24, 3}. The sum-total of all these absolute differences is your fitness, i.e. 21+24+3 = 48. This number has to go to zero.
If we enter the results you just got, then the absolute differences look like this: {abs(44-44), abs(39-17), abs(17-39)} == {0, 22, 22}, which results in a fitness of 44. Only an exact match will result in a fitness of zero.
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Added by David Rutten at 12:44pm on November 13, 2010
jaja, I tried a brute force method using Mathematica...lol I give it the list of values and it gave out instantly:
(1/9) * (57 + 48 * n + 15 * Cos((2 * n * Pi)/3) + Sqrt(3) * Sin((2 * n * Pi)/3) )
Added by Jesus Galvez at 7:42am on November 27, 2012
ved from the source surface.
3. Send the center points to the VB component.
If you send 15 points to the VB component, it will then return 15 * 4 spirals.…
Added by June-Hao Hou at 9:41pm on December 2, 2010