Questions on constructing graphical objects using relatively complex computations relating to the mathematical structures defining those objects. Examples include convex hulls, mathematical constructions, symmetries, genuses of curves and graphs and programmatic constructions of polyhedra.

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Is it necessary to introduce ImplicitRegion and ParametricRegion in version 10?

In version 10.0, Mathematica introduced a new function about region plotting: ImplicitRegion. But I'm wondered that haven't this function been already existed in the older version? That is, ...
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Only show part of a cube below an intersecting plane

I plot a cube and a plane. I just want to show the part below the plane. The code: ...
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Complex surface: Finding the perimeter of the union of multiple disc intersections

Consider a system of $N$ circles($N>40$) Each of radius $5$ and the center of these circles along a circle at origin of radius $3$ [as given in code]. Code for above description :- ...
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Toroidal implicit region looks weird

I have the following toroid surface: ...
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how to find the vector intersection in a collection of triangulated 3D points?

I'm trying to calculate the 3D point coordinates for the intersection of a vector with a plane. I have been using the following code to do this: ...
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Implementation of Lubaehevsky-Stillinger Algorithm to pack hard spheres

To generate a model of a polycrystalline material with specified grain size distribution (e.g coming from a Monte Carlo Grain Growth simulation) the Paper "Effects of grain size distribution and ...
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Distinguishing left from right adjacent triangles in triangle mesh

What I'm trying to do: I'm trying to create a path-drawing function which will produce a path like the one I-P in the diagram below. The way this path was generated requires me to swap between the ...
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Dirichlet conditions being ignored

I have the following domain: ...
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How can I define a metric in xAct?

I'm using "xAct" package and I want to define a my metric, that is a non standard metric. For example, my metric is diagonal ...
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projecting a RegionProduct into 3D space

Apparently, RegionProduct should allow you to generate convolution-generated shapes. For instance, take a 1D curve and a sphere, and the region product I would ...
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Use of Mathematica to put equation into vector form

Is there a way to put the following equation of a line into vector form using Mathematica (or a Mathematical package)? $\displaystyle ...
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How to define two polyhedron intersect or not?

Recently I have used Mathematica to simulate the concrete structure. The most important point is generate random concrete aggregate. As you know, concrete aggregate can be looked as a polyhedron. We ...
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Trying to study the three points theorem of the Mobius Transformation

I am trying to study the three points theorem of the Mobius transformation. This theorem says that the Mobius transformation $M$ maps three distinct points p, q, r to three distinct points p', q', r'. ...
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Integrating polynomial functions over polytopes with an add-on package

There is a Mathematica package to evaluate integrals over polytopes: http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Books/3652/ In the documentation (Functions.nb file) I ...
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Cover a rectangle with size constrained rectangular regions

I have a big grid (indicated on the image in grey) that is divided in several blocks (each with a maximum width of 3 units). Now I would like to divide a region (indicated on the grid in red) by the ...
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Von Neumann's method to generate points uniformly distributed on a region of a n-sphere surface

I am trying to generate points uniformly distributed on a region of a single n-sphere surface (all angles in hyperspheric coordinates are between 0 and Pi/2). I decided to use von Neumann's method ...
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Meshing of a cube

I want to mesh a cube and what I use is ToElementMesh[Cuboid[ {-1, -1, -1}, {1, 1, 1}]]. This creates a regular grid of the cube. Is there a way to specify that ...
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How to determine if a point is within a geopositioned RegionMember

I have a KML file which contains an area of interest, I also have a number of lat/long geo positions. I'm trying to filter out the points not within my AOI. So I have my KML file. I convert it to a ...
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How to make equidistant or split ListPoint [duplicate]

How to split the curve with more equidistant points? ...
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Area of a convex polygon with a set of points [duplicate]

I have a set of points Pts[a_,b_,c_]:={{a, b}, {b, a}, {c, a}, {a, c}, {b, c}, {c, b}} which define a convex polygon and I would like to find its area. There is ...
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Determining if a point is inside or outside a 3DS (.3ds) or 3DS MAX (.max) object? [duplicate]

Imagine I import some 3DS (i.e. 3D studio) file (http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/format/3DS.html) or a 3DS MAX file. How could I place this model (say, the 747.3ds file in the ...
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Perimeter and area are positive integers

In Geometry 3D, How can I find the vertices with integer coordinates of a triangle whose perimeter and area are positive integers with Mathematica? Suppose its vertices $(x,y,z)$ has coordinates ...
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Poincaré section for 3BP

I try to plot the Poincaré section for the 3BP i use the following code that works very well: ...