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Symmetry is of interest in two ways, artistic and mathematical. It underlies much scientific thought, playing an important role in chemistry and atomic physics, and a dominant one in crystallography. It is important in architectural and engineering design and particularly in the decorative arts. This book provides a comprehensive account of symmetry in a form acceptable to readers without much detailed mathematical knowledge or experience who nevertheless want to understand the basic principles of the subject. It will be useful in school and other libraries and as preliminary reading for students of crystallography. The treatment is geometrical, which should appeal to art students and to readers whose mathematical interests are that way inclined.
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- Date Published: January 2009
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521093019
- length: 240 pages
- dimensions: 297 x 210 x 13 mm
- weight: 0.59kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Reflexions and rotations
2. Finite patterns in the plane
3. Frieze patterns
4. Wallpaper patterns
5. Finite objects in three dimensions
6. Rod patterns
7. Layer patterns
8. Space patterns
9. Patterns allowing continuous movement
10. Dilation symmetry
11. Colour symmetry
12. Classifying and identifying plane patterns
13. Making patterns
14. Movements in the plane
15. Symmetry groups. Point groups
16 Line groups in two dimensions
18. Plane groups in two dimensions
19. Movements in three dimensions
20. Point groups in three dimensions
21. Line groups in three dimensions
22. Plane groups in three dimensions
24. Space groups I
25. Space groups II
26. Limiting groups
27. Colour symmetry.
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