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Growbubbles – maximum radius packing

function ptRads = growbubbles(ptsIn)
%GROWBUBBLES packs maximum radius circles at given central locations
%
% PTRADS = GROWBUBBLES(PTS) returns the radius of circles at coordinates in PTS with all radii
% maximised but without any circles overlapping. PTS is a P-by-N matrix of P “N-dimensional”
% points.
%
% If no output argument is given, PTSIN will be plotted as circles (2D) or spheres (3D) to the
% current figure.
%
% Example:
%
% % Find the maximum packed radius of 20 random points
% x = rand(20, 2);
% ptRads = growbubbles(x);
%
% See also DELAUNAYTRI
% Copyright 2011 Sven Holcombe. This code may be freely used and distributed, so long as it
% maintains this copyright line
[nPts, nDims] = size(ptsIn);
% Make a distance map from each point to all others, making sure pt A to A is infinite
distMap = sqrt(cell2mat(arrayfun(@(i)sum(bsxfun(@minus,ptsIn(i,:), ptsIn).^2,2),1:nPts,’UniformOutput’,false)));
distMap(logical(eye(size(distMap)))) = inf;
% Measure the initial nearest neighbours, setting point radii to half that distance
[nnDists, nn] = min(distMap,[],1);
ptRads = nnDists/2;
% Any pairs of points that are each their nearest neighbour are “finalised” and cannot expand
finalisedMask = arrayfun(@(i)nn(nn(i))==i, 1:nPts);
% Other “open” points can expand one by one
while ~all(finalisedMask)
openPtIds = find(~finalisedMask);
% Find the distance from these points’ circles to all other circles, and get that smallest gap
openDistMap = bsxfun(@minus, bsxfun(@minus, distMap(:, openPtIds), ptRads(openPtIds)), ptRads’);
openPtMinGap = min(openDistMap,[],1);
% Take the smallest gap, expand that point’s circle to close that gap, finalise that point.
[~,idx] = min(openPtMinGap);
ptRads(openPtIds(idx)) = ptRads(openPtIds(idx)) + openPtMinGap(idx);
finalisedMask(openPtIds(idx)) = true;
end
% If no output given, plot into current figure!
if ~nargout
switch nDims
case 2
hold on
plot(ptsIn(:,1),ptsIn(:,2),’.’)
cnrPts = bsxfun(@minus, ptsIn, ptRads(:));
for i = find(ptRads(:)’>0)
rectangle(‘Position’, [ cnrPts(i,:) [2 2]*ptRads(i)], ‘Curvature’,[1 1])
text(ptsIn(i,1), ptsIn(i,2), num2str(i))
end
axis equal
case 3
hold on
[X,Y,Z] = ellipsoid(0,0,0,1,1,1,50);
cols = interp1(0:6, lines(7), rand(nPts,1)*6);
for i = 1:nPts
surface(X*ptRads(i) + ptsIn(i,1),…
Y*ptRads(i) + ptsIn(i,2),…
Z*ptRads(i) + ptsIn(i,3),…
‘FaceColor’,cols(i,:), ‘EdgeColor’,’none’);
end
otherwise
disp(‘Only 2 or 3 dimensional data can be displayed…’)
end

end

Source: Growbubbles – maximum radius packing – File Exchange – MATLAB Central

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warszawa okecie train station

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Künstlerleben

Künstlerleben (“Artist’s Life”), Op. 316 is a waltz written by Johann Strauss II in 1867, following closely on the success of the popular “The Blue Danube“. Austria was severely shaken the previous year 1866 by the crushing defeat that the Austrian army suffered in the Battle of Königgrätz and many of the year’s festivities and balls were cancelled as the prevalent depressing mood affected most of Vienna‘s populace.

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