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Topic: Building a geometric shape only from the edges
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Subho

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Building a geometric shape only from the edges
Posted: Dec 10, 2011 3:35 PM
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There are N number of points in the 3D. The co-ordinates of the points are not known. Pairwise distances between all the points are known. If the location of the first 4 points are ascertained, how can the co-ordinates of the remaining points be determined? Is there any clever algorithm for large datasets (i.e. N ~ 10^6)?



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