By Rolf Schneider (auth.), Jürgen Tölke, Jörg M. Wills (eds.)
During the time from June 28-July 1, 1978, representatives of other branches of geometry met in Siegen for dialogue of and experiences on present difficulties. particularly, the survey lectures, awarded via renowned geometers, gave nonspecialists the welcome chance to benefit concerning the questions posed, the tools used and the consequences bought in several components of the sector of geometry. The examine parts represented on the assembly in Siegen are mirrored within the checklist of individuals and their contributions: starting from geometric convexity and similar themes to differential geometry and kinematics. the principles of geometry, a space good demonstrated in Germany, was once additionally represented. it's a excitement to thank all of the teachers in addition to different members within the Geometry Symposium for his or her contribution to the good fortune of the assembly. We additionally thank the "Minister fUr Wissenschaft und Forschung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen" and the collage of Siegen for his or her beneficiant help which helped make the Symposium such a success. to be able to make the contributions and result of the Symposium available to most people, the book of a complaints quantity was once deliberate. the assumption used to be to provide a precis of a large spectrum of analysis in geometr- via survey articles and unique study papers.
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Contributions to Geometry: Proceedings of the Geometry-Symposium held in Siegen June 28, 1978 to July 1, 1978 by Rolf Schneider (auth.), Jürgen Tölke, Jörg M. Wills (eds.)