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  1. #1 Compare 3D datasets with different sizes? 
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    We have two 3 dimensional datasets. We'd like to compare them in the third parameter, axes z. We search those points on the surface, where the z parameters are equal.
    Now, we use the least squares method, but we would like to find a faster method.


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    I have an idea:
    So when we get a function about the surface of the smaller datebase (set of data) we can compare it with the larger.
    The question is: how can i get a function for the surface??


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