Talk:Bin (computational geometry)

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  • The bin-geometry diagram needs revision is somebody has the original. The square marked "4,4" is actually at location 5,4.
  • The bin numbering scheme is incoherent. It's basically matrix notation with "row,column" notation, however matrix rows are numbered rows top-to-bottom 1..n, and columns left-to-right 1..m.
  • It seems the bin numbering scheme is trying to represent array indices, which would again typically number row top-to-bottom 0..n. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 134.223.230.157 (talk) 17:27, 15 May 2017 (UTC)