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CellPlot

  

plot one or more open cells

 

Calling Sequence

Parameters

Description

Examples

Calling Sequence

CellPlot (m, k, options)

Parameters

m

-

solution module, as returned by CellDecomposition

k

-

(optional) positive integer or list of positive integers; cell indices

options

-

(optional) equations of the form option=value; see below for details

Description

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The command CellPlot(m,k) plots the kth cell of the cell decomposition given by the solution module m. If k is a list, then all cells whose indices are in k are plotted. If k is omitted entirely, then all open cells are plotted.

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Currently, this command can only be used in the case of exactly 2 parameters. A corresponding error message is returned otherwise.

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If more than once cell is plotted, then any two adjacent cells have a different color. These colors can be controlled using the option color=c, where c can be either a single color specification or a list of color specifications; if less than 4 colors are provided, then the default colors are used to complete the list; see plot/color.

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The following options are recognized by CellPlot.

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samplepoints=b, where b is either true or false, controls whether the sample point of each cell is plotted (the default is false).

– 

pointcolor=p, where p is a color specification (see plot/color), controls in which color the sample points are plotted (the default is black). The options symbol and symbolsize (see plot/options) control the shape of the sample points.

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thickness=t, where t is a positive integer (the default is 2), controls the thickness of the boundary of each cell.

– 

cellcolor=c, where c can be a color or a list of colors, controls the color of each plotted cell; if the list is shorter than the number of displayed cells, then the colors are completed by repeating the list.

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The remaining options are the same as those found in plot. For more information, see plot/options.

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When the solution module m has been computed by CellDecomposition with the option output=cad, the plotting is certified; otherwise, a numerical algorithm is used to render the cells.

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This command is part of the RootFinding[Parametric] package, so it can be used in the form CellPlot(..) only after executing the command with(RootFinding[Parametric]). However, it can always be accessed through the long form of the command by using RootFinding[Parametric][CellPlot](..).

Examples

withRootFinding[Parametric]:

mCellDecompositionx3+ax2+bx+a=0,x,a,b:

CellPlotm

CellDescriptionm,2

∞,0,b,b,1,4a4a2b218a2b+4b3+27a2,1,a,4a4a2b218a2b+4b3+27a2,2

(1)

CellPlotm,2,color=yellow

CellPlotm,1,2,3,4,samplepoints=true,pointcolor=magenta,view=2..2,2..2

mCellDecompositionx3+ax2+bx+a=0,x,b,a:

CellPlotm

CellPlotm,2,3,cellcolor=blue,red

withRootFinding:

EnclosingBoxm:

CellPlotm,samplepoints

See Also

CellDecomposition

CellDescription

DiscriminantVariety

Parametric

RootFinding

 


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