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Intersecting Lines (Part 2) 2

Posted by Loren Shure,

Intersecting Lines (Part 2)  Recently, Lucio and I wrote a post on detecting line segment intersections. We confessed in the post that we had not been exhaustive in our treatment. We also received many interesting comments. ... read more >>

Intersecting Lines 18

Posted by Loren Shure,

Intersecting Lines  Today I am writing this post in collaboration with my friend and colleague, Lucio Cetto. Ever need to know if two line segments intersect? There are lots of ways to do this, and I thought I would show a few... read more >>

Calculating the Area Volume Under a Surface 13

Posted by Loren Shure,

Calculating the Area Volume Under a Surface  Recently there was an email making the rounds at MathWorks about how to calculate the area volume under a surface. Not surprisingly, there were several methods chosen, based on each sender's proclivities.... read more >>

Points and Polygons 12

Posted by Loren Shure,

Points and Polygons  Ever wanted to know if some points of interest were inside a region? You can answer that if the region is specified as a polygon in MATLAB. The key is the... read more >>

A Clear Conundrum 7

Posted by Loren Shure,

A Clear Conundrum  Ever been in the situation where you accidently used a variable named something else in MATLAB and it caused you a problem? Ever done it with a variable named clear? It can... read more >>

Computational Geometry in MATLAB R2009a, Part II 37

Posted by Loren Shure,

Computational Geometry in MATLAB R2009a, Part II  I am pleased to welcome back Damian Sheehy for the sequel to his earlier Computational Geometry post. Contents ... read more >>

Computational Geometry in MATLAB R2009a, Part I 15

Posted by Loren Shure,

Computational Geometry in MATLAB R2009a, Part I  I'm pleased to introduce Damian Sheehy as this week's guest blogger. Damian is a geometry developer at The MathWorks, his background is in the area of geometric modeling and mesh generation. ... read more >>

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