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Default computing fractal surface dimension using the planar slices method



Hello.
I need some information about the algorithm used by P. Pfeiffer to compute the fractal surface dimension of a protein.
In particular I have no idea about how to cut the protein using a set of parallel planes starting from 3d coordinates.
Thank you all in advance,
Ewan
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