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Soccer ball honeycomb[edit]

Hi Anton, the soccer ball honeycomb is finally rendered! Tom Ruen (talk) 02:12, 18 May 2014 (UTC) H3 535-0110 center ultrawide.png
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I am duly awed. —Tamfang (talk) 02:29, 18 May 2014 (UTC)
That should certainly satisfy the demand for soccer balls for a while! Double sharp (talk) 07:23, 18 May 2014 (UTC)

Good day polytoper[edit]

Are you aware of the "magical" values derived here? (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:600-cell_petrie_polygon.svg?uselang=fr?uselang=fr)

I am attempting to uncover how the origin of the "magical" values midst aforlinked orthographic hypercube, petrie polygon graph.

If you control find (ctrl+f) "// Magics! Hard to find projection directions" You shall observe the values to which I am referring.

I see that you are quite familiar with measure polytopes (5d orthographically produced hypercubes).

How do you suppose these magic values are attained?

I would like to include this in an artificial intelligence I am developing.

Thanks — Preceding unsigned comment added by JordanMicahBennett (talkcontribs) 09:07, 9 July 2014 (UTC)

I wish Rocchini would publish more about his techniques. I cannot say what the "magic" vectors do, let alone how he found them. Here's what I might do:
  • Generate a large number of candidate vectors and evaluate them for the quality sought (whatever that is!).
  • Examine a few of the best candidates and the constraints that affect them. Look for an analytic optimum.
Tamfang (talk) 09:45, 9 July 2014 (UTC)

Extended petrie polygon orthogonal hypercube qualms :([edit]

Thank you kindly for your prompt response.

I had long envisioned that the aforsaid "magic" values, indeed manifest as some form of vector multiplier, that directly relates with the petrie polygon's dimension cardinality.

Furthermore, I suspect it is linked with Coxeter Dynkin approximations per petrie polygon, measure polytope.

In exemplification, I have noticed that per orthogonalized hypercube of n dimensions, each PX and PY array, contains a periodic sequence of exactly n directional projection vector multipliers.

As to how such multipliers are achieved, I am uncertain.

I thank you. Naturally, I shall indeed try to adroitly collapse this schematic into malleable resultings via acute analysis.

On his page he mentions that he utilizes Coxeter-Dynkin diagram polytope definition, in tandem with his Kaleidoscope algorithm, wherein he stipulates the polytope's vertex collection exist. — Preceding unsigned comment added by JordanMicahBennett (talkcontribs) 10:51, 9 July 2014 (UTC)

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