1984 (Publication #43)
Differential Geometry and Computer Graphics
*Perpective in Mathematics, Anniversary of Oberwolfach* (1984) Birkhþuser-Verlag, Basel, pp. 43-60.
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**ABSTRACT**
Interactive computer graphics have taken the place of plaster and cardboard models of curves and surfaces, because they allow a mathematician to examine the changes that a mathematical entity ungoes as parameters are varied or oher modifications are made. This paper gives several examples of applications of three-dimensional graphics as well computer generated illustrations of the phenomena in question. |