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Topic: Biggest inscribing squares in a region
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Jon Haugsand

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Re: Biggest inscribing squares in a region
Posted: Oct 28, 2007 9:24 AM
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* Christoph Bartoschek
> One example (each x corresponds to a unit square): The union of the
> rectangles is:
> For the top left point the biggest square has a side length of 6 units.

Are you sure? It looks like 4 units to me.

Jon Haugsand
Dept. of Informatics, Univ. of Oslo, Norway,, Phone: +47 45 00 39 94

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