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A Universal Collision Detection UML diagram?

 
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Hi guys, I was thinking if there's such thing as an extensible UML diagram for collision detection. Or if you cannot provide me with the UML, a simple list of classes and their methods would be fine... Thanks!
 
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I was doing some research on this a while back and came across two helpful links. Have a look...

http://www.permutationcity.co.uk/programming/collision.html

http://www.ddj.com/184409694;jsessionid=CULPTHA05VRS4QSNDLPCKHSCJUNN2JVN?pgno=3

The closest pair method suggested in the first link is nothing but an axis sorting method. A better explanation of it is available in the second link.
 
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