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More complex definitions of continuity, such as that given by Sabin (1985), are used for surface design (p. 103), but exploratory surfaces require continuity in the data source only. The sparseness of the data may be thought of as the precision of the data set, as a whole. This form of precision is distinct to the precision of individual measurements. For example, if one were estimating the volume of a large round hill, fewer data would be required to give a result of specified accuracy than if the same volume was expected to be contained in a series of smaller irregular hills.
The sparseness of the data may be thought of as the precision of the data set, as a whole. This form of precision is distinct to the precision of individual measurements. For example, if one were estimating the volume of a large round hill, fewer data would be required to give a result of specified accuracy than if the same volume was expected to be contained in a series of smaller irregular hills. Although measurements are made with the same precision in each example, more measurements must be made in order to define the more intricate shape of the group of small hills to the same degree of accuracy in the volume estimate.
The solution again is given by a system of three simultaneous linear equations representing the intersection of these three planes. VOLUM E O F A PARALLELEPIPE D Three sets of parallel lines define a parallelepiped. But just as the two pairs of lines for the parallelogram can be determined from three points (p. 28), so these three quadruplets of parallel lines are determined by four given points. Similarly to the area of a parallelogram, the volume of a parallelepiped can be calculated as the absolute value of the determinant of any set of three row vectors formed by the four vertices.