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Old   June 7, 2005, 13:32
Default 2d -> 3d
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Vincent
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Hi everyone,

I just like to know if there is a simple formulae that approximately connects the computational time in 3d and 2d. In other words, how can i predict the computational time of a 3d case, knowing the computational time in 2d ? Thanks for your help !

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