In geometry, the trilinear coordinates of a point relative to a given triangle describe the relative distances from the three sides of the triangle. Trilinear coordinates are an example of homogeneous coordinates. They are often called simply "trilinears".
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... A point with trilinears α β γ has barycentric coordinates aα bβ cγ where a, b, c are the sidelengths of the triangle ... Conversely, a point with barycentrics α β γ has trilinears α/a β/b γ/c ... There are formulas for converting between trilinear coordinates and 2D Cartesian coordinates ...
... Trilinear coordinates of the Nagel point were given by Gallatly (1913) as or, equivalently, in terms of the side lengths a =