From:jahlstro@cisco.com (John Ahlstrom)Organization:cisco Systems, IncorporatedDate:12 Oct 96 02:35:55References:1Followups:1

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In article <airliners.1996.1836@ohare.Chicago.COM>, kls@ohare.Chicago.COM (Karl Swartz) writes: >In May, 1994, Terry Drinkard started a thread on Really Long Range >Commercial Transports. That sent me scurrying for my atlas and to >find an equation for computing great circle distances, and was the >genesis of a much larger project -- not just to compute distances >along a great circle route, but to show them on a map. I have seen (in a restaurant!) a large number of maps each of which was centered on a major world city and any straight line form which was a great circle. Does anyone know where I can buy such maps? Does anyone know of any PC or workstation software that generates such maps? Thanks -- John Ahlstrom jahlstrom@cisco.com 408-526-6025 Using Java to Decrease Entropy Any neural system sufficiently complex to generate the axioms of arithmetic is too complex to be understood by itself. Kaekel's Conjecture