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<p>The additively weighted Voronoi diagram is defined when positive weights are subtracted from the distances between points. In the plane under the ordinary Euclidean distance this diagram is also known as the hyperbolic Dirichlet tessellation and its edges
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<p>The additively weighted Voronoi diagram is defined when positive weights are subtracted from the distances between points. In the plane under the ordinary Euclidean distance this diagram is also known as the hyperbolic Dirichlet tessellation and its edges
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