There are 2 planes: $Q: 2x-y=2$ $R: x-y-z=1$ How do I find the line $p=(1,2,-1)$, which intersects $Q$ and $R$ plane.
How can we calculate LINE that most fit the points T1(1,0) T2(2,0) T3(-1,1) T4(0,1) $x= (1,2,-1,0) $ $y= (0, 0, 1, 1) $ $1= (1, 1, 1, 1)$
I am trying to visualize a best fit plane for a set of points which is defined by the normals and the centroid. I have to find the boundary vertices of the plane given the extent of the plane. Is ...
Assuming data like the following: ...
I have many lines (let's say 4) which are supposed to be intersected. (Please consider lines are represented as a pair of points). I want to find the point in space which minimizes the sum of the ...
Is there a straightforward algorithm for fitting data to an ellipse or other conic section? The data generally only approximately fits a portion of the ellipse. I am looking for something that doesn't ...
Given a collection of points $P \subset \mathbb R^3$, a crude characterization of the "shape" of $P$ is sometimes given by the principal components. We construct a covariance matrix, e.g., if $P$ is ...