N-D Delaunay triangulation

`T = delaunayn(X)`

T = delaunayn(X, options)

`T = delaunayn(X)`

computes
a set of simplices such that no data points of `X`

are
contained in any circumspheres of the simplices. The set of simplices
forms the Delaunay triangulation. `X`

is an `m`

-by-`n`

array
representing m points in n-dimensional space. `T`

is
a `numt`

-by-(`n+1`

) array where
each row contains the indices into `X`

of the vertices
of the corresponding simplex.

`T = delaunayn(X, options)`

specifies a cell
array of strings `options`

. The default options are:

`{'Qt','Qbb','Qc'}`

for 2- and 3-dimensional input`{'Qt','Qbb','Qc','Qx'}`

for 4 and higher-dimensional input

If `options`

is `[]`

, the
default options used. If `options`

is `{''}`

,
no options are used, not even the default.

Plotting the output of `delaunayn`

depends
of the value of `n`

:

`camorbit`

| `convhulln`

| `delaunayTriangulation`

| `tetramesh`

| `voronoin`

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