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Roger,

i made some more tests.

The remarks in my last posts only apply to small sizes of points in curve xy and number of rays in r (~300).

If you use more rays (~3000), your first version beats my version clearly. The same applies if you use a larger numbers of points (~1000)  in the discretized curve xy.

Just your second version is always slower than your first.

So thats the outcome if noone else has additional ideas. Thank you so far!

Best,
Johannes