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The Crease PG button will crease the eges of all polygroups. Volterra’s motivation was elasticity of “multiply-connected” bodies and the possibility of (residual) stresses in the absence of external forces. This includes dimensions three and four as well as how knots and surfaces can inhabit these spaces. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. If you are a graduate student at MIT: The RTG provides traineeships, which go with reduced teaching load.

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