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Loose and Rigid End String Animation

Module by: Nelson Lee. E-mail the author

Summary: This animation shows a string with one rigid end and one loose end moving at a constant velocity. The animation is implemented using Digital Waveguides.

Figure 1: An animation showing a string with one rigid end and one loose end moving at a constant velocity. The Digital Waveguide used to generate the string displacement is also depicted.

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