A "brick" is a cuboid where the length of all the edges are integers and all of the diagonals of the faces are integers as well. All sides must also be different.
Euler-Bricks tries to calculate (brute-force) as many different "bricks" where the sides are less than X.
To calculate a "brick" means to find the lengths of the edges and the lengths of the diagonals of the faces of a valid Euler's "brick".
You can visualize plotting graphs with results, store math 'bricks' relationships (so the tool doesn't need to process again similar data) and organized auto-save your results, for example, to be used on a future for BigData processing or AI maths solving tasks.
This tool runs on many platforms and it requires Python (3.x.y). To generate graphs, you need to install the following library:
python3-matplotlib - Python based plotting system in a style similar to Matlab (Python 3)
On Debian-based systems (ex: Ubuntu), run:
sudo apt-get install python3-matplotlib
pip3 install matplotlib
- PyMatplotlib: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/matplotlib
Euler-Bricks is released under the GPLv3.
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