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Selecting two random points inside a sphere which are a fixed distance apart
Thanks so much for your answer! |
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Selecting two random points inside a sphere which are a fixed distance apart
This is pretty much the same as my current approach, save for that I'm picking the second point on the surface of a sphere about the first in a different manner. However, it's very useful that this this jumps out to other folks as a reasonable strategy! |
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Selecting two random points inside a sphere which are a fixed distance apart
I'm not sure I understand? I'm looking for a description of a method, and to understand how the pairs of points will be distributed in the volume of the sphere? |
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