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Example 1:

latex(\usepackage{dsfont} % $$\mathds{R}$$)

Example 2: The equations to convert a point on the sphere latex($$(\theta, \phi)$$) to a point on 2D plane latex($$(x, y)$$) are:

\begin{equation}
x=R\frac{\beta\theta}{\sqrt{\alpha\beta}}\cos{(\alpha\phi)}
\end{equation}

\begin{eqnarray}
y & = & R\frac{\alpha\phi}{\sqrt{\alpha\beta}} \\
\alpha & = & \frac{2\arccos{c}}{\pi} \\
\beta & = & \frac{\alpha}{2p}
\end{eqnarray}

where latex($$\theta$$) is the longitude and latex($$\phi$$) the latitude. R is the radius of the sphere, which is 1 in our program. latex($$c=0.5$$) and latex($$p=0.5$$) are two constants controlling the shape of the projection. aoeu

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