By Peter McMullen, Egon Schulte
Summary normal polytopes stand on the finish of greater than millennia of geometrical study, which all started with commonplace polygons and polyhedra. The quick improvement of the topic some time past two decades has led to a wealthy new conception that includes an enticing interaction of mathematical parts, together with geometry, combinatorics, staff thought and topology. this is often the 1st complete, up to date account of the topic and its ramifications. It meets a severe want for this type of textual content, simply because no e-book has been released during this sector when you consider that Coxeter's "Regular Polytopes" (1948) and "Regular complicated Polytopes" (1974).
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