Front Inner Page - Volume 3 No.5 October 2016

  • » Back to Index

  • Title

    :

    Design Plot Based On the Aspect Ratio of Delaunay Triangulation

    Authors

    :

    Dr. A.R. Mohamed Shanavas1, M.K.Kiruthiga2

    Keywords

    :

    Delaunay Triangulation, Scatter Plot, Aspect ratio

    Issue Date

    :

    October 2016

    Abstract

    :

    Scatter plots with Cartesian coordinates are applied in scientific and mathematical visualization to present two variables for a given set of data typically. The number of displayed variables are increased to three when the points are color coded. The data is said as the gathering of points, where every points ensures the value of one variable which governs the position on vertical axis. With a certain confidence interval, a scatter plot seems to have various types of correlations. A scatter plot recommended distinct correlations between variables with confidence interval. Consider weight and height where weight lies on y axis and height lies on x axis. Correlations either rise or fall which implicates positive or negative respectively. A Positive correlation is indicated when the pattern of dots rises from lower left to upper right. Scatter plots resembles line graphs in which horizontal and vertical axes are used in order to plot the data points. Conversely, there holds a reason that scatter plots explains how one variable is affected by each other. The link between two variables is believed as correlation. Scatter plots comprises of a huge data. The correlation between the two variables gets higher or stronger when the data points becomes closer to plot a straight line. The triangulation DT (P) such that no point in P is inside the circumcircle of any triangle in DT (P) is referred to as Delaunay Triangulation. In triangulation, it maximize the minimum angle of all the angles of the triangles, it tends to avoid silver triangles. When the set of points on the same line, there is no delaunay triangulation. When the four or more points on the same circle, it is not unique.

    Page(s)

    :

    1-4

    ISSN

    :

    2347- 4734

    Source

    :

    Vol. 3, No.5, October 2016

    Download

    :


  • » Back index