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How to generate this fractal-like 3D distribution of points in Mma 7.0?
I would like to produce some 3D distributions of points using Mathematica 7.0, that look like the picture below : How could I do that ? What are your suggestions ? What Mma 7 codes could do a ...
Feb 4 at 17:09
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