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Place your numbers as the leaves of a balanced binary tree, and assign each non-leaf node a number representing how many leaves are below it. To choose a new number, randomly descend the tree, at ea …
answered Sep 12 '14 by Nick Alger
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This is a little crazy, but should work well even if your polygon is very weird. Use the Reimann mapping theorem to find a conformal map from the unit disc to your polygon, viewing it as a subset of …
answered Aug 29 '13 by Nick Alger