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By Hans (editor) Freudenthal
Algebraical and Topological Foundations of Geometry comprises the complaints of the Colloquium on Algebraic and Topological Foundations of Geometry, held in Utrecht, the Netherlands in August 1959. The papers overview the algebraical and topological foundations of geometry and canopy themes starting from the geometric algebra of the Möbius aircraft to the idea of parallels with purposes to closed geodesies. teams of homeomorphisms and topological descriptive planes also are discussed.
Comprised of 26 chapters, this e-book introduces the reader to the idea of parallels with functions to closed geodesies; teams of homeomorphisms; complemented modular lattices; and topological descriptive planes. next chapters specialize in collineation teams; extraordinary algebras and remarkable teams; the relationship among algebra and buildings with ruler and compasses; and using differential geometry and analytic crew idea tools in foundations of geometry. Von Staudt projectivities of Moufang planes also are thought of, and an axiomatic remedy of polar geometry is presented.
This monograph may be of curiosity to scholars of arithmetic.
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