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Why not just use both, then? Our representation for a shape could be a tuple of its explicit and implicit representation, and then we could use whichever works best for the given task.


Is it worth converting between representations, if one works better than the other at specific tasks?


Is it common to use both implicit and explicit representations alongside each other in practice? It's evident how one makes up for the other's shortcomings.


that is interesting. So is there a common way we can convert implicit and explicit representation?