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Regular solids and isolated singularities by Klaus Lamotke

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Published by Vieweg in Braunschweig .
Written in English


  • Singularities (Mathematics),
  • Low-dimensional topology.,
  • Surfaces.

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Edition Notes

StatementKlaus Lamotke.
SeriesAdvanced lectures in mathematics
LC ClassificationsQA571 .L36 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 224 p. :
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2307740M
ISBN 10352808958X
LC Control Number86184337

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The Platonic solids are named after their discussion in. Plato, Timaeus dialogue; Their construction and the proof that there is exactly five of them appears in. Euclid, Book XIII of the Elements, ∼ \sim BC; Modern textbook accounts include. Klaus Lamotke, section 1 . Here’s a draft of a little thing I’m writing for the Newsletter of the London Mathematical regular icosahedron is connected to many ‘exceptional objects’ in mathematics, and here I describe two ways of using it to construct E 8 \mathrm{E} uses a subring of the quaternions called the ‘icosians’, while the other uses Du Val’s work on the resolution of Kleinian. Please note that you type in the name of file (without ) and not the name of file here. I'm only saying this because your question shows that file is called to avoid confusion later on. Compiling in an app may not work if you have file open, often it is necessary to focus on the file when calling on the bibliography program. If a local ring R is regular and satisfies the assumption of the lemma, we call it a regular twisted forms of the rational double point of type A p−1. See [57] for more on this.