Higher Geometries

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Description

Higher geometries means a classical topic of geometry and is mostly understood as point models for geometric objects which is part of one of the classical geometries - e.g. the Klein quadric or the Lie quadric for line geometry and sphere geometry, respectively. It turns out that even practical applications benefit from this point of view.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/01/07 → …

Research Output

  • 4 Article
  • 1 Conference contribution

Infinitesimally flexible meshes and discrete minimal surfaces

Wallner, J. & Pottmann, H., 2008, In : Monatshefte für Mathematik. 153, 4, p. 347-365

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The focal geometry of circular and conical meshes.

Wallner, J. & Pottmann, H., 2008, In : Advances in Computational Mathematics. 29, p. 249-268

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An angle criterion for conical mesh vertices.

Wang, W., Wallner, J. & Liu, Y., 2007, In : Journal for geometry and graphics. 11/2, p. 199-208

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