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What is the most frequent number of edges of Voronoi cells of a large set of random points?
Consider a large set of points with coordinates that are uniformly distributed within a unit-length segment. Consider a Voronoi diagram built on these points. If we consider only non-infinite cells, ...
Jan 31 '11 at 10:55
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