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Efficiently representing a dynamic transform hierarchy
I'm looking for a way to represent a dynamic transform hierarchy (i.e. one where nodes can be inserted and removed arbitrarily) that's a bit more efficient than using a standard tree of pointers . I ...
Mar 15 '11 at 14:21
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