What on earth is a Voronoi diagram? Put simply, it’s a graphical representation of proximity analysis that can be easily recognized by its characteristic cell-like structures. Each point in a Voronoi diagram is surrounded by a polygon (cell) that contains locations closer to it than to any other points.
Mathematicians were informally using this type of diagram as early as the 17th century. However, it wasn’t until about a hundred years ago when Ukrainian mathematician Georgy Voronoi defined a solid mathematical theory supporting proximity analysis.
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