Riemann surface--Crocheted in four colors

Muhlhausen, Elisabeth; Stewart, Ian
June 1993
Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer93, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p49
Academic Journal
Describes the exhibits and mathematical models displayed at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Gottingen at Bunsenstrasse 3-5. Photographs of famous mathematicians who worked in Gottingen; Otto Neugebauer as administrator of the collection of mathematical models for teaching; Portrait and models used by Abraham Gotthelf Kastner; Crystallographic groups; Calculators; Hyperboloids as ruled surfaces; More.


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