http://dbpedia.org:8891/sparql?query=define%20sql%3Adescribe-mode%20%22CBD%22%20%20DESCRIBE%20%3Chttp%3A%2F%2Fdbpedia.org%2Fresource%2FFat_object%3E&output=application%2Fatom%2Bxml2021-01-17T17:21:43.718432ZOData Service and Descriptor Documenthttp://dbpedia.org/resource/Fat_object2021-01-17T17:21:43.718432ZIn geometry, a fat object is an object in two or more dimensions, whose lengths in the different dimensions are similar. For example, a square is fat because its length and width are identical. A 2-by-1 rectangle is thinner than a square, but it is fat relative to a 10-by-1 rectangle. Similarly, a circle is fatter than a 1-by-10 ellipse and an equilateral triangle is fatter than a very obtuse triangle.22464718511Fat objectIn geometry, a fat object is an object in two or more dimensions, whose lengths in the different dimensions are similar. For example, a square is fat because its length and width are identical. A 2-by-1 rectangle is thinner than a square, but it is fat relative to a 10-by-1 rectangle. Similarly, a circle is fatter than a 1-by-10 ellipse and an equilateral triangle is fatter than a very obtuse triangle. Fat objects are especially important in computational geometry. Many algorithms in computational geometry can perform much better if their input consists of only fat objects; see the section below.970796815