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04: OCOPWave

OCOPWave Definition    download .ghx

Point collections in the previous two samples are one-dimensional. A two-dimensional collection can be organized as an array, an array of arrays. This sample demonstrates how to create such a two-dimensional collection. The generating function is a sum of two sine functions, taken respectively with domain along the x- and y-directions. The particular parameterization here comprises count the number of points in each direction (and the dimensions of the array), size the geometric extent of the collection in the x and y-directions, amplitude the height of the wave function and startAngle the angle at which the sine curves starts.      ... more on Design Patterns CA

OCOPWave Manipulations

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