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COMPUTATIONAL_GEOMETRY: Octave functions for computational geometry

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  • Kai Habel

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I have written some new computational geometry functions. These are functions for delaunay triangulation, convex hulls and voronoi facets up to n dimensions. They should be compatible to matlab 5.3 and the upcoming 6.0 release. I have added in the image section corr2 and the trivial functions std2, mean2.

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  • Kai Habel, 2000. "COMPUTATIONAL_GEOMETRY: Octave functions for computational geometry," Octave codes C090903, .
  • Handle: RePEc:cod:octave:c090903
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