Forgive my ignorance: how is the angle between two complex vectors
defined? Is it acos( |a.b| / |a||b| ) ? If so, is there a clean way
to compute the norm for complex types, and not compute the norm for
real types? And does this lead to an inconsistency in the semantics of
the function call?
On Mon, Oct 29, 2001 at 08:13:33PM -0000, Andrew Fitzgibbon wrote:
> > I think it should simply be
> > acos( a.b / |a||b| )
> > since that is what most people refer to as the angle between two
> > vectors.