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Testing a Polygon for Convexity and Self-Intersection
Drag the black vertices to change the polygon. The Demonstration tests for its convexity or self-intersection. Self-intersection always implies non-convexity, but not the other way around.
Contributed by:
Jaime Rangel-Mondragon
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RELATED LINKS
A Test for the Convexity of a Quadrilateral
(
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
)
An Efficient Test for a Point to Be in a Convex Polygon
(
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
)
Convex Polygon
(
Wolfram
MathWorld
)
Segment Intersection
(
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
)
PERMANENT CITATION
Jaime Rangel-Mondragon
"
Testing a Polygon for Convexity and Self-Intersection
"
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TestingAPolygonForConvexityAndSelfIntersection/
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Published: July 22, 2013
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