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Dec
9
comment How to draw random simple closed smooth curves but with the same perimeter?
OK. Thanks. :-)
Dec
9
comment How to draw random simple closed smooth curves but with the same perimeter?
@SeanAllred: I just want to make an illustration for teaching calculus of variation by which we solve a famous problem (about searching for a simple closed smooth curve with the largest area). :-)
Dec
8
comment How to draw random simple closed smooth curves but with the same perimeter?
Are all the curves above smooth? :-)
Dec
8
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Dec
8
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Dec
8
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Dec
8
comment How to draw random simple closed smooth curves but with the same perimeter?
@Ryan: Any closed curve without self-intersection. :-)
Dec
8
asked How to draw random simple closed smooth curves but with the same perimeter?
Nov
25
accepted What caused the unexpected outline below?
Nov
25
comment What caused the unexpected outline below?
I have not used PSTricks for several weeks, I almost forgot it. :-)
Nov
25
asked What caused the unexpected outline below?
Nov
21
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
12
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Nov
10
comment How to set up listings for use code from Arduino?
If you don't mind, please see my answer several decades ago here (click).
Nov
8
comment Laplace and Fourier transforms
@Hans: What? I don't understand. I think my examples already covered what you want. :-)
Nov
7
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
7
answered pst-plot and psgraph enviroment to small
Nov
2
comment Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
If I were you, I would put each diagram (either coded in PSTricks or TikZ or others) in a separate compilable input file (usually we use standalone document class), compile it with latex-dvips-ps2pdf (for PSTricks and TikZ) or pdflatex (for TikZ) to obtain a PDF version for each diagram. Then you can import all the diagrams (in PDF) from within your main input file and compile the main input file with pdflatex. With this approach, you can get many advantages: 1. you can use microtype, 2. your input files are easy to maintain, 3. you can reduce the compilation time, 4. etc.
Oct
31
accepted How to extract each pair of two adjacent cells of a table into a separate tight page?