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1. The Foundations of Geometry by David Hilbert, 2010-02-24
2. Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry: An Analytic Approach by Patrick J. Ryan, 1986-06-27

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1. Geometry - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geometry

Extractions: Geometry is the branch of mathematics dealing with spatial relationships. From experience, or possibly intuitively, people characterize space by certain fundamental qualities, which are termed axioms in geometry. Such axioms are insusceptible of proof, but can be used in conjunction with mathematical definitions for points straight lines curves surfaces , and solids to draw logical conclusions. Because of its immediate practical applications, geometry was one of the first branches of mathematics to be developed. Likewise, it was the first field to be put on an axiomatic basis, by Euclid . The Greeks were interested in many questions about ruler-and-compass constructions . The next most significant development had to wait until a millennium later, and that was analytic geometry , in which coordinate systems are introduced and points are represented as ordered pairs or triples of numbers. This sort of representation has since then allowed us to construct new geometries other than the standard Euclidean version. The central notion in geometry is that of congruence . In Euclidean geometry , two figures are said to be congruent if they are related by a series of reflections rotations , and translations Other geometries can be constructed by choosing a new underlying space to work with (Euclidean geometry uses Euclidean space R n ) or by choosing a new group of transformations to work with (Euclidean geometry uses the inhomogeneous orthogonal transformations, E(n)). The latter point of view is called the

2. Physics With Transforms JoseTaniaRodolfo@hotmail.com
A new method of correlating physics formulas to derive one formula from a related formula using Euclidean geometry to represent the interrelationship of physics formulas.
http://physicstransforms.tripod.com/

3. Geometry Section
The geometry Section. Mathematics. Contents. Index. Home. Fractals. Common Shapes. Areas and Volumes. Coordinate geometry. Points, Lines, Planes. Mathematics. Contents.
http://id.mind.net/~zona/mmts/geometrySection/geometrySection.html

4. Introduction To The Works Of Euclid
Covers the life of Euclid and a discussion of Euclidean geometry.
http://www.obkb.com/dcljr/euclid.html

Extractions: (first posted to the web in 1995) jump to: outline of paper text of paper suggestions for further study bibliography ... anchor here Bibliography This is a paper I wrote in college for a History of Science course (although I've taken the liberty of modifying it slightly from time to time since I put it online). I know it's not publishable or anything, but it's still one of my favorite papers because it was so difficult to do. (I wrote it on a computer with about 12K of free RAM and only a cassette tape drive for storage!) In fact, the whole History of Science course was quite an experience. Students wishing to use this paper for their own reports on Euclid should know how to avoid plagiarism and how to cite online sources . In addition, I urge students to seek out the original printed sources yes, that means going to the library and not rely merely on what I say in this paper. (I'm always surprised by the number of junior high and high school students who e-mail me saying they can't find any information about Euclid!) Note that is used to denote square roots and all Greek letters used as symbols ( alpha beta , ...) are spelled out. Superscripts are implemented by using the appropriate HTML tags and may not display properly in some browsers. In this case, hopefully the meaning will be clear from the context.

5. Computational Geometry Pages
Two polygons that can t mate Computational geometry Pages. General Resources. The Computational geometry Impact Task Force Report Discussion; Related resources.
http://compgeom.cs.uiuc.edu/~jeffe/compgeom/

Extractions: Computational Geometry Pages Welcome to the Computational Geometry Pages, a (hopefully) comprehensive directory of computational geometry resources both on and off the Internet. If there is something you'd like to see here, please send me email. Contributions and suggestions from the community are always welcome! Other essential computational geometry sites include Nina Amenta 's Directory of Computational Geometry Software 's CG Tribune (a newsletter with events and announcements), David Eppstein 's Geometry in Action (describing applications of computational geometry in the Real World), and the 's collection of computational geometry papers new recent current search ] moderated by Joe O'Rourke There are also several excellent Web pages devoted to theoretical computer science in general. See especially Suresh Venkatasubramanian 's Theoretical Computer Science on the Web and the ACM SIGACT home page Web Directories ... Computer science in general For conference proceedings, see

Contents from vol.44 (1996). Full text to subscribers.
http://www.intlpress.com/journals/JDG/

7. MathsNet Interactive Geometry
http://www.mathsnet.net/geometry.html

Extractions: Alphabetical menu Aerobi-graphs Animations Articles AS/A2 Books Construction Courses/Conferences Credits Curriculum Daily Fact Daily Puzzle Download interactive geometry Email Centre Embedded spreadsheets Excel Fractals Fractions Geometry Graphic calculators Graphit GraphMaze Graphs Hourly puzzle Imagine Interactive Links Logo Logo A to Z MathsNet Art MathsNet Trail MEP Project MouseOver puzzles Numeracy Numeracy Strategy Number cruncher Observation Omnigraph Opinions Puzzles QuizBank Recommended books Resources Revision Rotations School texts Search the WWW Shape Sharp calculators Software Spreadsheets Spreadsheet A to Z Teachers Virtual School TI calculators Transformations VRML WinLogo Interactive Transformations an online course... reflections, rotations, translations, enlargements... Interactive Shape an online course... triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles, locus, congruence... Interactive Construction an online course... points, lines, circles, perpendiculars, bisectors, Euclid, irrationals...

8. Recreational Mathematics Topics
By Steven Dutch. Symmetry, Crystals, Polyhedra and Tilings; Pythagorean triplets and other things about sums of powers; geometry Classics.
http://www.uwgb.edu/dutchs/RECMATH/recmath.htm

9. Geometry Worksheets
geometry Worksheets! Based on NCTM Standards! geometry Exams and Test Prep * The Exam and Test Prep Section is for edHelper.com subscribers.
http://www.edhelper.com/geometry.htm

10. Gokova Geometry / Topology Conferences
G¶kova, Turkey; 28 May 2 June 2001.
http://arf.math.metu.edu.tr/~gokova/

Extractions: Guidelines for authors Download the macro package (40K - updated Aug 2003) and extract the files into a new directory. Previous meetings TUBITAK . In the previous meetings topics of discussion ranged from the Topology of Low Dimensional Manifolds, Gauge Theory, Quantum Field Theory, Geometric PDE's, Seiberg-Witten Theory and Symplectic Topology to Mathematical Physics. International Press Travel and local info - location of Gokova, how to get there, where to stay. Contact address e-mail: gokova@arf.math.metu.edu.tr mailing address: Prof. Turgut Onder

11. International Journal Of Computational Geometry And Applications (IJCGA)
The International Journal of Computational geometry Applications is a bimonthly journal devoted to the field of computational geometry within the framework
http://www.worldscinet.com/ijcga/ijcga.shtml

Extractions: International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications (IJCGA) More What's New The journal will be subject to a few changes in the future. We will conduct an electronic discussion via exchange of e-mails among all members of the editorial board. As the first major change of the editorial board, I'm pleased to inform you that Professor Joseph S. B. Mitchell has graciously agreed to serve as co-Editor-in-Chief for this journal. Professor Mitchell will be sharing with me the responsibilities of manuscript handling and publication of accepted papers, and at the same time serving as special issues coordinator for IJCGA. Now you can submit manuscripts for IJCGA online Feature Articles (Free Online Sample Issue) Vol. 13, No. 1 (February 2003) Special Issue: Selected Papers from the Second CGC Workshop on Computational Geometry, Duke University, North Carolina, USA, October 1997 Chief Editor's Notice

12. Number Theory At The University Of Georgia
Number Theory and Arithmetic geometry Group. Members, seminars.
http://www.math.uga.edu/~lorenz/Number_Theory_Group.html

Extractions: Number Theory and Arithmetic Geometry Group William Alford Associate Professor, Ph.D. Tulane, 1963. Factoring and other number theory problems by computer. Matthew Baker Assistant Professor, Ph.D. U.C. Berkeley, 1999. Galois actions on torsion points. Modular curves and their Jacobians. Discreteness problems for arithmetic heights. Linear series and vector bundles in characteristic p. Arithmetic of curves and their Jacobians. Sybilla Beckmann Associate Professor, Ph.D. U. Penn., 1986. Galois theory. The inverse galois problem, that is, to determine whether every finite group is the galois group of some extension of the rational numbers. Arithmetic information on branched coverings, such as fields of definition. Tilings of the plane. Mathematics education. Andrew Granville Barrow Professor, Ph.D. Queens,1987. Distribution of primes. Sieving intervals. Distribution of `smooth' numbers. Properties of binomial coefficients. Cyclotomic fields. Carmichael numbers. Exponential sums. Integer solutions to Diophantine equations. Binary quadratic forms and the elementary theory of elliptic curves. Questions related to factoring and primality testing. Symbolic computation and `computing by homomorphisms'. Computational complexity, particularly lower bounds. Power series and the combinatorics of coefficients. Counting lattice points.

13. VRML Geometry Teacher
Netscape Logo. Welcome to the VRML geometry Teacher. The VGT was created in order to help geometry students learn. One of the problems
http://www.voicenet.com/~techno/geom.html

14. BrainPOP - Math
Animated characters delve into the worlds of numbers and operations, measurements, geometry, algebra, and data analysis.
http://www.brainpop.com/math/

15. Computational Geometry, Algorithms And Applications
Comments to geobook@cs.uu.nl. Last modified Oct 9, 2000. Computational geometry Algorithms and Applications. Second Edition. Computational geometry.
http://www.cs.uu.nl/geobook/

Extractions: ISBN: 3-540-65620-0 You can order the book here This textbook on computational geometry has 367 pages. The pages are almost square with a large margin containing over 370 figures. To get an idea about the style and format, take a look at the Introduction or chapter 7 on Voronoi diagrams Computational geometry emerged from the field of algorithms design and analysis in the late 1970s. It has grown into a recognized discipline with its own journals, conferences, and a large community of active researchers. The success of the field as a research discipline can on the one hand be explained from the beauty of the problems studied and the solutions obtained, and, on the other hand, by the many application domains-computer graphics, geographic information systems (GIS), robotics, and others-in which geometric algorithms play a fundamental role. For many geometric problems the early algorithmic solutions were either slow or difficult to understand and implement. In recent years a number of new algorithmic techniques have been developed that improved and simplified many of the previous approaches. In this textbook we have tried to make these modern algorithmic solutions accessible to a large audience. The book has been written as a textbook for a course in computational geometry, but it can also be used for self study.

Includes preprints and course notes on Group Theory, Fields and Galois Theory, Algebraic geometry, Algebraic Number Theory,Modular Functions and Modular Forms, Elliptic Curves, Abelian Varieties, Etale Cohomology, and Class Field Theory.
http://www.jmilne.org/math/

17. San Graal School Of Sacred Geometry
San Graal School of Sacred geometry welcomes you to a world of information about the Universe and its relationship to Ancient Teachings. Robert Pavlita geometry.
http://www.sangraal.com/

18. Peanut Software Homepage
Free mathematics software for Windows. Individual software packages handle geometry, equations, statistics, discrete math, fractals, matrices, and games.
http://math.exeter.edu/rparris/default.html