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I recognise the metrics you used, they are the City Block and the Chessboard metrics respectively. The former resembles a 4-connectivity grid whereas the latter is about 8-connectivity, and you'll be happy to know that there IS a metric that merges the two to achieve the circle-looking shape you are looking for. The quasi-Euclidean metric measures the total ...


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I figured it out. For anyone else in the future I followed the posts by Sander Evers that amitp suggested (thanks both of you), just the small_to_big and center_of functions in combination will give you the relative coordinate. One thing to note is the functions will tile the map with the southern mirror shifted right (and other mirrors following suit). ...


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