Christopher Perry

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I have a CS degree, but I forgot most of the math lol. I meant to use it by doing game development for a living, but all the software jobs I've worked haven't required anything too difficult so I'm way rusty.


Jul
25
revised Adding statistical weight to reviews
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Jul
25
asked Adding statistical weight to reviews
Dec
16
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
25
comment Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
This doesn't need to be a single equation, you can use constraints like @André Nicolas' answer below. His answer is almost what I want, it just needs to be adjusted to work with the single input I'm allowed to use for this.
Apr
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revised Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
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Apr
25
comment Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
@copper.hat, I added an edit with an example function.
Apr
25
revised Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
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Apr
25
comment Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
How did you come up with k−2k(t−0.5) ?
Apr
25
comment Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
@copper.hat, It's definitely possible, it's used in Android and this is the way it works.
Apr
25
comment Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
@SammyBlack, I added a table with example values for the function.
Apr
25
revised Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
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Apr
25
asked Easing function, constant velocity then decelerate to zero
Sep
24
awarded  Scholar
Sep
24
accepted How to find a (longitude, latitude) point on a circle when given only the center (longitude, latitude) point and radius measured in Feet
Sep
24
revised How to find a (longitude, latitude) point on a circle when given only the center (longitude, latitude) point and radius measured in Feet
Reordered lat, lon to lon,lat to better represent horizontal, vertical
Sep
24
awarded  Editor
Sep
24
revised How to find a (longitude, latitude) point on a circle when given only the center (longitude, latitude) point and radius measured in Feet
Spelled out abbreviations for (latitude, longitude)
Sep
24
comment How to find a (longitude, latitude) point on a circle when given only the center (longitude, latitude) point and radius measured in Feet
(latitude, longitude)
Sep
24
awarded  Student
Sep
24
asked How to find a (longitude, latitude) point on a circle when given only the center (longitude, latitude) point and radius measured in Feet