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S. M. Coxeter on that topic [4, 3]. 3 Homogeneous Coordinates On a computer we unfortunately do not have geometric objects as primitive data types. A point or a line has to be represented by numbers: the coordinates. Usually, a point in the plane is described by its (x, y) coordinates. A line may be given by the three parameters (a, b, c) of its deﬁning equation ax + by + c = 0. However, when we want to do projective geometry, this turns out to be impractical. Each pair of coordinates (x, y) represents a ﬁnite point, and there is no representation for the points at inﬁnity.

It is deﬁnitely the best editor available, and we used it to write the whole program and all of the documentation. org for more information on the Java-Linux porting project). Linux is a free, unix-like operating system originating from the work of Linus Torvalds, and is now continually improved by the effort of several hundred developers all around the world. 0, a public-domain Java/C++ parser generator, written by Terence Parr of the MageLang institute. Post-optimization and compression of the code was done with Jax from alphaworks, the research division of IBM.

0, a public-domain Java/C++ parser generator, written by Terence Parr of the MageLang institute. Post-optimization and compression of the code was done with Jax from alphaworks, the research division of IBM. We want to thank the Jax team, in particular Frank Tip, for their help and IBM for the permission to use Jax commercially. The Concurrent Versions System (CVS) by Cyclic Software did most of the version merging (and saved us from a lot of headaches). It is free software, too. 1 compatible browser with Cinderella.