The Theory of Parallels

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Beginning not long after Euclid, many attempted demonstrations were given, but all were later found to be faulty, through allowing into the reasoning some principle which itself had not been proved from the first four postulates. In particular, studies algorithms for finding least-complexity objects, for instance least area surfaces (like those of a soap bubble), with prescribed topology (e.g. bound a loop in 3-space or missing voids in a material).

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Publisher: Rough Draft Printing (June 3, 2015)

ISBN: 1603866833

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