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Plotting 3D Surface Plots

I have developed a MathLink delaunay triangulation implementation
and some associated code that solves some simple computational
geometry problems and allows general 3D surface plotting.
It is available through MathSource and is described below.

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============  0205-041 information  ============

0205-041: Delaunay Triangulation and 3D Surface Construction Package
          (March 31, 1994)
          Author: Tom Wickham-Jones
          The package ExtendGraphics/Delaunay.m installs a MathLink program
          that contains code to carry out Delaunay triangulations in the
          plane. A number of applications of this functionality are also
          provided.  The package ExtendGraphics/SurfaceGraphics3D.m contains
          code to draw surfaces in three-dimensions from organised and
          random data sets.

          The binary executable "delaunay" must be built for these functions
          to work.  This can be done from the file, with the
          command mcc -o delaunay

          0011:  README description of files and installation notes (March
                 1994; 2 kilobytes)

          0022:  Delaunay.m Mathematica package for Delaunay triangulation
                 (March 1994; 6 kilobytes)

          0033: MathLink C code for basic algorithm (March
                 1994; 22 kilobytes)

          0044:  SurfaceGraphics3D.m Mathematica package to support 3D
                 surface construction (March 1994; 8 kilobytes)

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