How fine is a fine mesh?

We measure the granularity of a mesh as the ratio between the square root of the area of the largest rectangle in the mesh and the largest distance between any two points in the mesh. Generally speaking, we aim for this ratio to be between 0.01 and 0.03 (i.e. between 1% and 3%).

Is the optimal solution really optimal?

We measure the granularity of a mesh as the ratio between the square root of the area of the largest rectangle in the mesh and the largest distance between any two points in the mesh. Generally speaking, we aim for this ratio to be between 0.01 and 0.03 (i.e. between 1% and 3%). For the case of auditoriums, the solution is optimal, without any additional specifications needed.

Is the optimal solution unique?

No, there is no guarantee of uniqueness (that you cannot find other solutions that are as good as the one we present).

When can I expect the results?

The computations are rather extensive, and the processing of your inputs also takes some time. From our experience, you can expect the results within a week.

Why are there limits for calculations?

The limits are there to guarantee that you will get the results within a reasonable time. The upper limits on the number of locations in open spaces and the number of available seats in auditoriums delimit the cases that are computable within a few days and allow us to set unified pricing. If your needs fall outside these limits, check out the individual solutions.