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RGraph.. [not useful, no need, here for just hist. purposes!]

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A clean way to contain the canvas + code to put up eqns. and plots..

Google search: JavaScript to create a button [how to localize context so that I can have multiple canvases?

`x^2+y^2=z^2`.

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Image loading, on a canvas:

Here is the end of the div containing eqns + plot :)

New div, to show image-seq loading - step, play_seq!!!!

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The above is antiquated, actually.. Click here and here for a more update (better, more compact!) version. AND click this too..

Expts w/ tags..

ToDos

ToDoDos

ToDoDoDos

ToDoDoDoDos

* in ch5 and ch6, remove spurious pre that are not under a.b.c
* count all the a.b.c subtopics in Weeks 4,5,6, make a schedule!
* 424
* 3860 
* in ch5 and ch6, remove spurious pre that are not under a.b.c
* count all the a.b.c subtopics in Weeks 4,5,6, make a schedule!
* 424
* 3860 

* in ch5 and ch6, remove spurious pre that are not under a.b.c * count all the a.b.c subtopics in Weeks 4,5,6, make a schedule! * 424 * 3860

* in ch5 and ch6, remove spurious pre that are not under a.b.c * count all the a.b.c subtopics in Weeks 4,5,6, make a schedule! * 424 * 3860

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Available tags

* h1, h2, h3
* p, p class=ann
* span class=ann
* pre, pre class=ex
* img src, to point to URLs
* object
* script
* etc.
Tags, again:
* p with optional class="annot" 
* span with class=annot
* pre, with optional class="ex"
* img src
* ASCIIMathML
* extra HTML 

Samples for the first 4 items above:

h1 header

h2 header

h3 header

h4 header

Regular text, bread-and-butter p-para

Regular text, with a class=vltxt span interleaved.

These are all the classes: ann, stxt, mtxt, ltxt, vltxt, vvltxt, vstxt, vvstxt

Here's how to use the 'annot' class to annotate a piece of a sentence..

Regular pre text
Code sample, with pre class=ex:
for(int i=0;i<10;i++)
{
  printf("Test!\n"); /* good old 'C'! */
}

Om Sri Sai Ram!

`v^2.1 - r^8.07 + s^2.718`

Test me!! [p class=vvltxt]

So what is 'perimeter', anyway? Good qn!
lawn perim, grass sod, sw pool vol
Start editing locally..
continue online!!!..
back..
and forth!


From ASCIIMathML site (my own 'sandbox' is at the very end):

For example `int_(-1/56.7)^1 sqrt(1-x^2)dx = (pi^(6^6.0))/2`, `((a,b),(c,d))^-1 = 1/(ad-bc)((d,-b),(-c,a))`



From another Jipsen sandbox:

Test: `frac{df}{dx}=lim_(h->0) frac{f(x+h)-f(x)}{h}=lim_(\Deltax->0) frac{f(x+\Deltax)-f(x)}{\Deltax}`

How do we wrap the math to the next line: `frac{d}{dx}(m(x)*n(x))=lim_(h->0) frac{m(x+h)n(x+h)-m(x)n(x)}{h} =lim_(h->0) frac{m(x+h)n(x+h)-m(x)n(x+h)+m(x)n(x+h)-m(x)n(x)}{h} =lim_(h->0) frac{m(x+h)-m(x)}{h}* n(x+h)+ m(x)*lim_(h->0) frac{n(x+h)-n(x)}{h} ` Invisible grouping: `{:[2/3, y],[w, z]:}` Quantification: `forall x in E, x=x` `exists x:E, x=x` Pythagorean theorem: `0+a^2+b^2=c^2` `AA x in CC (sin^2x+cos^2x=1)` Dijkstra style: `(AA x: x in CC: sin^2x+cos^2x=1)` `sum_(i=1)^ni^3=(sum_(i=1)^ni^2)^2`

Definition of the Riemann integral: If `f` is continuous on the interval `(a,b)`, except perhaps at finitely many points, then `int_a^b f(x)dx=lim_(n->oo)sum_[i=1]^n f(x_i^(**))Delta x` where `Delta x=(b-a)/n`, `x_i=a+iDeltax` and `x_i^(**)in[x_[i-1],x_i]`.

And then after extending the Riemann integral to improper integrals (unbounded domains) you get the magic formula: `x/x=(1 if x!=0)` `int_0^pi sinxdx=-cosx]_0^pi=-cospi-(-cos0)=-(-1)-(-1)=2`

Decimal numbers (right-click on the expression to see the MathML code): `epsilon=.001 quad h=-.01 quad pi~~3.14159 quad` weird number `-0.123.456` and dot product `u.v`

Test: `RR = uuu_{n=0}^oo[-n,n]` and `{0} = nnn_{n=1}^oo(- 1/n,1/n)` `^^^_{i=1}^nphi_i = phi_1 ^^ phi_2 ^^ cdots ^^ phi_n` and `vvv_{i=1}^nphi_i = phi_1 vv phi_2 vv cdots vv phi_n` `pi~~3.141592653589793` `int_-1^1 sqrt(1-x^2)dx = pi/2` `lim_(x->a) f(x)=l <=> AA epsi > 0 EE delta > 0 : 0 < {:|x-a|:} < delta => {:|f(x) - l|:} < epsi`

Chain fractions: `1/(1+1/(1+...))`

Equation numbers:

`1/(1+1/(1+1/(1+1/(1+...))))=(sqrt5-1)/2`(1.1)

RyanVolpe was here to ramble about finding offset `o` from indices `[a_0, a_1...a_(n-1)]` in an `n`-dimensional field bounded by a list of dimension deltas `[d_0, d_1...d_(n-1)]`:

`o = sum_(i=0)^n(a_i * prod_(j=0)^(i-1)d_j)` `a = [1,1,1]; n = 3; d = [2,3,2]; o = sum_(i=0)^3(a_i * prod_(j=0)^(i-1)d_j) = (1) + (1 * (2)) + (1 * (2*3)) = 1 + 2 + 6 = 9` `o = i_0 + d_0[i_1 + d_1[...[i_(n-1)]]]` does `g o f = Id_(e)` `max` `e^( i pi ) = -1` `cos(pi/4)=sqrt(2)/2` `x^2 + y^2 = z^2` `x_1 , x_2, ... x_n` test: `o = sum_(i=0)^3(a_i * prod_(j=0)^(i-1)d_j) = (1) + (1 * (2)) + (1 * (2*3)) = 1 + 2 + 6 = 9` `-0.4093 * cos(2 * pi * (gDoy + 10) /365)`


My expts, sandbox

Math eqn: `x^3.14159278`

Here is a fraction involving 'a' and 'b': `1/2 = a/b = 0.5`

Test `x^2.13`

A BVH is a hierarchical structure of bounding volumes to speed up raytracing. A BVH is a hierarchical structure of bounding volumes to speed up raytracing. A BVH is a hierarchical structure of bounding volumes to speed up raytracing. A BVH is a hierarchical structure of bounding volumes to speed up raytracing. A BVH is a hierarchical structure of bounding volumes to speed up raytracing. A BVH is a hierarchical structure of bounding volumes to speed up raytracing. A BVH is a hierarchical structure of bounding volumes to speed up raytracing. A BVH is a hierarchical structure of bounding volumes to speed up raytracing.

A vector has magnitude AND direction, so adding them graphically is pretty intuitive:

Simple b/w pt, panel#1:

Simple b/w pt, panel #2:

For a sligtly better drawing interface, click click here.

Simple example of INLINE ProcJS animation code!!

'svgweb' is GREAT!!! Can embed inline SVG, using script tags, like these demos.. Here are several 'live' samples:

This rocks!

More:

Pic inside:

'Highlighting'

SO WHAT ALL THIS MEANS IS:

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* can use ASCIIMathML to render math
* can use SSS to ss ANY img seq or use ogg/apng to create const-framerate movies/anims
* can code using Proc/ProcJS for all sorts of canvas anims
* can code to directly draw on HTML5 Canvas using JS
* can DRAW using on/offline SVG editors (yeay!) to create .svg, 
  can CODE using embedded JS, other libs and languages (TeX, MEL, Python..) to generate .svg, 
  and embed/link all these using the magical 'svgweb'. 
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NOW I think I'm all set :) :) When in doubt, read the above over and over! [10/13/09]

Hand-drawn:

Simple penrose:

Clown:

Here's how to point to (EMBED SVG) external .svg content (wow - can do wikipedia ones etc.):

See this demo page for more.

Way too much fun!!

So much fun, like Postscript :) :) Using the 'path d' deal, can move 'M' and draw 'L' paths!

Good old Penrose:

Good old Penrose, INTERACTIVE!:

Gouraud.svg:

From wikipedia:

Rect:

Math drgs: (TpXpY):

gradient:

Penrose, recursive! [not for netbks]

Penrose, recursive! [netbks too!]

Tetris!








A simple experiment to see what normal lines (w/o) math will look like, compared to ones with. For example, here is one that is plain. For example, here is one that is plain. For example, here is one that is plain. For example, here is one that is plain. And now, we'll add the Pythag. theorem: for a tri. whose sides are A and B and the hypotenuse C, this holds: `A^2 + B^2 = C^2`. A plain sentence follows. A plain sentence follows. A plain sentence follows. A plain sentence follows. A plain sentence follows. As expected, there is a slight incr. in line spacing due to the superscripts. Oh well. Now do a new para (and compare the spacing we get,w/ the superscript-derived one).

A simple experiment to see what normal lines (w/o) math will look like, compared to ones with. For example, here is one that is plain. For example, here is one that is plain. For example, here is one that is plain. For example, here is one that is plain. And now, we'll add the Pythag. theorem: for a tri. whose sides are A and B and the hypotenuse C, this holds: `A^2 + B^2 = C^2`. A plain sentence follows. A plain sentence follows. A plain sentence follows. A plain sentence follows. A plain sentence follows. As expected, there is a slight incr. in line spacing due to the superscripts. Oh well. Now do a new para (and compare the spacing we get,w/ the superscript-derived one).

Not bad - the inter-para spacing is a teeny bit larger. Cool.

Week 4: Geometry [for Modeling TDs]

4.1 Geometric primitives

4.1.1 Basic measurements

A year of typesetting math

This section explains magic...

Week 4: Geometry [for Modeling TDs]

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4.1.1 Basic measurements

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A year of typesetting math

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So what is the verdict?

RenderMan

2.3 How PRman works

3.2.3 PostScript

Could be weird

Normalcy at last!

Figure 1.2 Testing, spline curves