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#1 2018-02-17 21:50:16

Jabuto
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Registered: 2017-07-29
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Hyperbolic space: position, distance, transformation

I am a somewhat experienced programmer and I'd like to approach new topic, the hyperbolic space.
To start with, maybe putting some balls to hyperbolic space and simulating pseudo-physics...

But there happens to be zero practical/direct tutorials on how the space works in ground level. There are many "solve hyperbolic function" -things which might be useful if I already knew what to do.


* 1) To start with, as hyperbolic space contains "more" space than euclidian space, do coordinate systems differ somehow? What is the true way of specifying object's position?
* 2) Also, in order to make anything happen in such space, how is distance and linear transformation defined?


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