- Some Beautiful Properties of Circles Barry Monson
- 24 Geometrical Constructions There are many useful instruments available for geometrical constructions, such as the ruler,
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- 1. GAP, which stands for Groups, Algorithms and Programming is a remarkable environment for doing discrete algebra (no limits, please!)
- 26 Inversive Geometry An inversion q (in a circle ) is a transformation which behaves very much like a reflection
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- Rubik's (Original) Cube 1. In Rubik's actual cube, the 8 corner cubits behave just like those in
- The Theory Behind Stabilizer Chains Peter Webb, University of Minnesota
- Notes on Polynomials from Barry Monson, UNB 1. Here are some polynomials and their degrees
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- Ratio, Area and Barycentric Coordinates 1. In many geometric problems, one encounters the ratio, like
- 22 Frieze Patterns A frieze pattern is any pattern which repeats at regular intervals along the whole length
- Part of Rubik's Cube 1. You have all seen Rubik's Cube. This astonishing mechanical device
- Readings and Exercises on Groups A. The Theory of Groups, J.J.Rotman
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- Computations in Groups We consider a general group G, not necessarily infinite, and write
- Amalgamation of Groups We basically follow Bourbaki, Algebra -I, 7.3 [1].
- The Tomotope Barry Monson
- Notes on Commutative Rings 1 A hierarchy of commutative rings
- Fields Institute Barry Monson Assigned Problems October 2011
- Constructions of Symmetric Polytopes 1 Abstract Regular Polytopes 2
- Fields Institute Barry Monson The finite Coxeter Group B3 and its invariant lattices November 2011
- Fields Institute Barry Monson Lecture 6:(Quasi)crystallographic groups, and the 11-cell November 2011
- Fields Institute Barry Monson The Standard Representation of the Coxeter Group November 2011
- Fields Institute Barry Monson Lecture 3: Crystallographic Coxeter Groups November 2011
- Fields Institute Barry Monson Lecture 1: Abstract Regular Polytopes and Reflections October 2011
- Fields Institute Barry Monson Orthogonal groups November 2011
- Fields Institute Barry Monson Lecture 2: Reflection Groups and Coxeter Groups November 2011
- Fields Institute Barry Monson Lecture 4: What group? November 2011