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Linear algebra book online with interactive examples: http://immersivemath.com/ila/ Haven't gone through the lot but looks helpful.
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I use Houdini to understand math basics for myself and VEX is a very handy tool for that: you are able to build 3D elements with math on the fly.
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@group_targetPoints = 1; int delta = 2; i@modulo = 10 + int(ceil(delta * fit01(rand(@ptnum + 354656), -1, 1))); if(@ptnum%@modulo) { i@group_targetPoints = 0; } I use delta to add or subtract the module 10. Here 10 +- a random between -2 to +2. I think it's not the good way. This approach seems better: @group_targetPoints = 0; int delta = chi("delta"); i@modulo = int(ceil(delta * fit01(rand(@ptnum + 356156), -1, 1))); if(@ptnum%30 == 0) { setpointgroup(0,"targetPoints", @ptnum + @modulo, 1); } Here for each modulo of 30, i setup in group another point near the point number.
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Stiffness generally comes from the Elasticity tab in in the Wire Object. Play about with the Angular Spring Constant and Angular Damping Constant. Edit* These are called Bend Spring and Bend Damping in the Guide Simulate. You can also create attributes on the curves before the sim to help define the shape, kangular, width ect Definitely look at the Wire Object section within the Houdini Help sheet, gives you some useful info on exactly what you're talking about.
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Try the modulo operator: http://www.sidefx.com/docs/houdini/vex/lang.html#operators
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