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 Title Discrete Differential Geometry
 Author(s) Alexander I. Bobenko (Editor)
 Publisher: The Technical University of Berlin
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 Language: English
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An emerging field of Discrete Differential Geometry (DDG) aims at the development of discrete equivalents of notions and methods of classical differential geometry. No knowledge of differential geometry is expected, although some familiarity with curves and surfaces can be helpful.
About the Authors Alexander I. Bobenko is a professor at the Technische Universität Berlin.
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