Functions
Functions represent relationships between variables. They take an input variable, manipulate it in some way and produce an output variable.
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The Input(X) can also be called: domain, domain elements, independent variable or argument.
The output(x+4) can also be called: range, image, range elements, dependent variables or value of function.
The relationship between (X) and x + 4 is F
Taking f(x) = x + 4 into ICE would look like the image below if f(x) = y.
Taking f(x) = x + 4 into ICE would look like the image below if f(x) = y.
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When I apply the function to the grid pointcloud it looks like the image below. Note how it added the global value of X not the local value. Then the + 4 giving us a graph that increases linearly in space. *You can see the global coordinate in the image below*
*click to make bigger*There are tons of cool functions to play around with on Thiano Costa's blog, I know I made all these functions and had tons of fun seeing how they react on different objects.Here are some more fun looking Functions|cos(x+z)| ^ 10/2| cos(x^2+z^2) | ^ (1/2) cos( |x| + |z| ) * ( x + z ) y = |cos(x) + cos(z)| ^ (1/2) | cosx^2+cosz^2) | ^ (1/2) |
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