Planes, p-Flats, and Hyperplanes
A hyperplane in ℝNcan be translated to one that contains the origin, which is an (N−1)-dimensional linear subspace of ℝN. Since ℝ N − 1 can be represented in ∥ -coords by N−1 vertical lines and a polygonal line representing the origin, it is reasonable to expect a similar representation for hyperplanes in ℝN.
KeywordsVertical Line Half Space Construction Algorithm Index Point Polygonal Line
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