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    A. A. Tuzhilin,A. T. Fomenko
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The book describes modern and visual aspects of the theory of minimal, two-dimensional surfaces in three-dimensional .

The book describes modern and visual aspects of the theory of minimal, two-dimensional surfaces in three-dimensional space. The main topics covered are: topological properties of minimal surfaces, stable and unstable minimal films, classical examples, the Morse-Smale index of minimal two-surfaces in Euclidean space, and minimal films in Lobachevskian space. Download (pdf, . 2 Mb) Donate Read

The book describes modern and visual aspects of the theory of minimal, two-dimensional surfaces in three-dimensional .

The book describes modern and visual aspects of the theory of minimal, two-dimensional surfaces in. . This book grew out of lectures presented to students of mathematics, physics, and mechanics by A. T. Fomenko at Moscow University, under the auspices of the Moscow Mathematical Society.

Book Web Pages AMS Bookstore 0-8218-3791-5 ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-3791-7 Translations of Mathematical.

Book Web Pages AMS Bookstore. Elements of the Geometry and Topology of Minimal Surfaces in Three-Dimensional Space A. Fomenko and A. A. Tuzhilin Publication Year: 1991, reprinted in 2005 ISBN-10: 0-8218-3791-5 ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-3791-7 Translations of Mathematical Monographs, vol. 9.

The book describes modern and visual aspects of the theory of minimal, two-dimensional surfaces in three-dimensional . The main topics covered are: topological properties of minimal This book grew out of lectures presented to students of mathematics, physics, and mechanics by A. Author of 200 scientific publications, 28 monographs and textbooks on mathematics, a specialist in geometry and topology, calculus of variations, symplectic topology, Hamiltonian geometry and mechanics, computer geometry.

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Tuzhilin, Elements of geometry and topology of minimal surfaces in three-dimensional space. AMS, 1992, vol. 93, Translations of Mathematical Monographs. Z. Melzak, Companion to concrete mathematics. Wiley-Interscience, New York, 1973. S. Hildebrandt and A. Tromba, Mathematics and optimal form. An imprint of Scientific American Books, In. New York, 1984.

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This book grew out of lectures presented to students of mathematics, physics, and mechanics by A. T. Fomenko at Moscow University, under the auspices of the Moscow Mathematical Society. The book describes modern and visual aspects of the theory of minimal, two-dimensional surfaces in three-dimensional space. The main topics covered are: topological properties of minimal surfaces, stable and unstable minimal films, classical examples, the Morse-Smale index of minimal two-surfaces in Euclidean space, and minimal films in Lobachevskian space. Requiring only a standard first-year calculus and elementary notions of geometry, this book brings the reader rapidly into this fascinating branch of modern geometry.