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I bought Real-Time Collision Detection a while ago, but I never got the time to read. I was wondering if the book was written to be read in order? I mainly interested in the narrow-phase specifics and I was wondering if the books is setup that I can only read sections as I need them? Thanks

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I bought Real-Time Collision Detection a while ago, but I never got the time to read. I was wondering if the book was written to be read in order? I mainly interested in the narrow-phase specifics and I was wondering if the books is setup that I can only read sections as I need them?

Thanks
Many of the sections are interrelated (and/or cross-reference each other), but provided you have a decent background in geometry and linear algebra, you should be able to jump around without ill effect (e.g., if you're looking for an algorithm for computing the intersection of a ray and an axis-aligned box, you can just read that section).

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