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Floatation cellsize

The use of XLLCENTER and YLLCENTER is not supported by Raster to Float. CELLSIZE is the cell size of the raster. NODATA_VALUE is the value that is to represent NoData cells. BYTEORDER represents how multibyte binary numbers are stored on the system on

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  • SolidHeightfield (CritterAI NMGen)
    SolidHeightfield (CritterAI NMGen)

    public SolidHeightfield(float cellSize, float cellHeight) Constructor The bounds of the field will default to min(0, 0, 0) and max(1, 1, 1). Parameters: cellSize - The size of the cells. (The grid that forms the base of the field.) cellHeight - The height increment of the field

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  • NavmeshGenerator (CritterAI NMGen)
    NavmeshGenerator (CritterAI NMGen)

    NavmeshGenerator public NavmeshGenerator(float cellSize, float cellHeight, float minTraversableHeight, float maxTraversableStep, float maxTraversableSlope, boolean clipLedges, float traversableAreaBorderSize, int smoothingThreshold, boolean useConservativeExpansion, int minUnconnectedRegionSize, int mergeRegionSize, float maxEdgeLength, float edgeMaxDeviation

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  • 2D SDF Space Manipulation | Ronja's tutorials
    2D SDF Space Manipulation | Ronja's tutorials

    Nov 24, 2018 Nov 24, 2018 For example with 3 cells, we’d get 1 cell with index 0, 1 cell with a index of -1 and 2 half cells with each 1 and -2. To sidestep this problem, we add the amount of cells to the floored variable and then take a modulo with the cellsize. //in 2D_SDF.cginc float cellIndex = fmod (floor (radialPosition.x / cellSize) + cells, cells); //at the

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  • LAS Dataset To Raster (Conversion)—ArcGIS Pro
    LAS Dataset To Raster (Conversion)—ArcGIS Pro

    FLOAT — Output raster will use 32-bit floating point, which supports values ranging from -3.402823466e+38 to 3.402823466e+38. This is the default. INT — Output raster will use an appropriate integer bit depth. This option will round z-values to the nearest whole

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  • Question about Shapes3D and in particular Box
    Question about Shapes3D and in particular Box

    In the code below, I am having two issues: 1) The line tempcell.setSize(cellsize,cellsize,cellsize); gives me the error: The function setSize(float,float,float) does not exist. Yet I can use getChild() right above it? I must not understand this library stuff. Any help or suggestions?

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  • c# - How to divide by Quaternion in Unity - Stack Overflow
    c# - How to divide by Quaternion in Unity - Stack Overflow

    Jan 29, 2021 Jan 29, 2021 So why could I multiply Quaternion and float cellSize in the first case, but can not divide or multiply them in the second case? And how to do the opposite operation? c# unity3d quaternions. Share. Improve this question. Follow edited Jan 29 at 16:25. Anton Makarov

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  • Help Wanted - Physics.CheckSphere does not detect any
    Help Wanted - Physics.CheckSphere does not detect any

    Apr 22, 2021 The layer CollisionLayer has objects in it, but the Physics.CheckSphere does not detect them. What is the problem? (Box Collider is placed on objects)

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  • c# - Conversion not possible when using inheritance and
    c# - Conversion not possible when using inheritance and

    Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021 Okay. The solution was to add two interfaces for the Grid and GridObject and use them inside the abstract classes. This way the compiler knows how to convert between the different classes and the intellisense shows the correct datatypes

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  • OpenCL sending float3 host to device - Stack Overflow
    OpenCL sending float3 host to device - Stack Overflow

    I known the float3 is in reality considered like float4 in Opencl, so I try with float4 and array of 4 float, but it didn't work too. I try to receive the data with array of 3 float instead float3 and it work perfectly. Its seems, in opencl, a structure composed with 3 float haven't got

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  • Menge Plugin Examples: Terrain::HeightField Class Reference
    Menge Plugin Examples: Terrain::HeightField Class Reference

    Oct 18, 2014 Oct 18, 2014 initialize (const std::string &imgName, float cellSize, float vertScale, float xpos, float zpos, float smoothParam=0.f) Initialize the height field. The heightfield is positioned with the minimum corner at the origin and extending into the first quadrant of the x-z plane based on cell size and image resolution. More

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  • opencv-processing/MarkerDetection.pde at master
    opencv-processing/MarkerDetection.pde at master

    Mar 22, 2016 Mar 22, 2016 You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. You signed out in another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. to refresh your session

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  • Fast Poisson Disk Sampling for Unity. · GitHub
    Fast Poisson Disk Sampling for Unity. · GitHub

    Jul 14, 2021 Jul 14, 2021 Fast Poisson Disk Sampling for Unity. using System. Collections. Generic; // The algorithm is from the Fast Poisson Disk Sampling in Arbitrary Dimensions paper by Robert Bridson. public const float InvertRootTwo = 0.70710678118f; // Becaust two

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  • Raster to Float—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop
    Raster to Float—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop

    Convert the Con output raster to a floating-point binary file with Raster to Float. Change the value of NODATA_VALUE in the ASCII header file to the value that NoData was converted to. This tool only writes the origin as the lower left corner of the lower left cell. The Float to Raster tool also supports the origin as the center of the lower left cell

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  • ArcGIS Help 10.1 - Raster to Float (Conversion)
    ArcGIS Help 10.1 - Raster to Float (Conversion)

    Oct 24, 2012 Convert the Con output raster to a floating-point binary file with Raster To Float; Change the value of NODATA_VALUE in the ASCII header file to the value that NoData was converted to. This tool only writes the origin as the lower left corner of the lower left cell. The Float to Raster tool also supports the origin as the center of the lower left cell

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  • Design criteria andrecent developments i-n large
    Design criteria andrecent developments i-n large

    TheWemco flotation celloftoday started as the Fagergren flotation cell, which was invented in the early 1930's by William Fagergren inUtah, U.S.A. Up to 1948itwas marketed by Cyanamid, and since then byWemco, now aDivision of Envirotech Corporation, MenloPark, California, U.S.A. The Fagergren was characterized by its deep multi-piece squirrel

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