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    Can you help me!

    Hi,

    I've written a 2D-Hilbert-curve table-based approach:

    > hilbert-curve.sourceforge.net

    I want to know if it is possible to extend it to a 3D-Hilbert-curve. I know that it is a Gray-Code traversal of the cube. Tiling the space should work pretty much the same by shifting the x-value with the order or depth. Also I want to know, if there is a good tutorial on the web to do a scatter plot from x,y,z with gnu-plot or something other.

    Best regards,
    Last edited by epitaph; 17th May 2010 at 06:07.

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    I've written an ultra-fast Hilbert and Moore-Curve implementation in
    PHP. It uses a non-recursive and table-based approach. It is the first
    in the internet avaible with sourcecode and OpenSource-Licence (Copy-
    left, Royality-Free etc. pp). If you are in Hilbert-Curve, PHP and
    such, grab it, it's hot! I'm planning to add a 3D-Hilbert-Curve, too.
    You can find it all here:

    > hilbert-curve.sourceforge.net

    What might be interesting is that it is maybe worth to protect, i.e. a
    patent? What do you think?

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    it may be better to patent idea of writing something ultra-fast in PHP. sure that it has novelty

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    @ring: what it is so idiot to ask about help and presenting my own code? i guess u r too educated. Also in the term of database this method is already patented. also as u can see i was just bumping the question because nobody answered. but thank u for ur answer i have already solved my problem!

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    That ricky is a spam-bot so you can just ignore anything it says.

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