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comment Overlap function of three modes
Yes, I understand that much. Note that the overlap of u and v are weighted by their mutual overlap with (the z-component of) w on the surface. It's a bit hard to pin down what my actual question is, but I think it has two parts: (1) is this "dot product of three vectors" a recognizable thing in mathematics with desirable properties? If so, why have I never seen it before, unlike the case with just 2 vectors. And, (2), how do I know this is the correct normalization?
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