By Helmut Pottmann,Andreas Asperl,Michael Hofer,Axel Kilian
Written for college students, architects, development engineers, and commercial designers - Architectural Geometry is a resource of proposal for scientists drawn to purposes of geometry processing in structure and art.
With over seven hundred pages, together with 2,100 full-color photos of equipped structure, architectural tasks, and art, Architectural Geometry takes readers from easy to complicated geometry then leads them to the state of the art of analysis within the architectural geometry field.
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