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Heilbronn Volumes
The general Heilbronn problem finds maxima for points in unit objects. In this Demonstration, the author has tried to maximize the smallest tetrahedral volume that can be formed from
points in a unit cube. Likely none of these are optimal solutions.
Contributed by:
Ed Pegg Jr
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Heilbronn Triangles in the Unit Square
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Heilbronn Triangle Problem
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Heilbronn Volumes
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Contributed by:
Ed Pegg Jr
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