Problem 820. Eliminate unnecessary polygon vertices
Thanks for Cris for pointing out a hole in my original test suite. I added a test case that has a removable vertex as the first row of P and rescored all entries.
I think test case 7 is wrong - the starting vertex [1 2] can be removed can't it?
Thanks, Richard. I have updated test case 7, and the solutions are being rescored.
And now I think the vertices for test case 7 are coming out in the wrong order (cyclic shifted)] :-)
I agree with Richard. I believe my solution is correct now, but test case 7 is failing it.
This is the second time I've gotten up in the middle of the night to try to fix this. ;-) In my previous attempt to fix test case 7, I was fooled by the diagram I drew.
I've modified test case 7 again. When I run your latest solution, Cris, it passes. We'll see what happens when the solutions all get rescored again.
Sorry Steve! Hope you got some sleep in the end :)
Final discussion of the problem is up on the MATLAB blogs now:
Mixing vertices, lines and polygons is not fair because vertices and lines are not polygons and their simplification algorithm is not the same (multiple vertices can be simplified by using the function unique for instance). The author should at least change the problem description imho to "Eliminate unnecessary vertices at any shape or form". Anyway, It's a good problem (having non-manifold polygons is hard enough even without non-polygons).
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