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No Repeated Distances
Pick
lattice points so that all
distances between two points are unique. What is the tightest packing of these points? This Demonstration shows the best known results, as given in [1].
Contributed by:
Ed Pegg Jr
Based on results of a contest by
Al Zimmermann
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The tightest packing problem was the subject of [1]. Of the many participants, the winner was Hugo Pfoertner.
Reference
[1] A. Zimmermann. "Al Zimmermann's Programming Contests: Point Packing." (Oct 10, 2009)
www.azspcs.net/Contest/PointPacking/FinalReport
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No Repeated Distances
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Published: May 3, 2013
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