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Godfried Toussaint
There has been considerable interest during the past
2300 years in comparing different models of geometric
computation in terms of their computing power. One
of the most well-known results is
Models of Computation, Straight-Edge and
Compass Algorithms, and Correctness Proofs by
Case Analyses using Euclids Second Proposition as
a Case Study
Godfried Toussaint
New York University Abu Dhabi
Some Models of Computation in Ancient
Greek Geometry
1.
16 Polygon Triangulation
FIGURE 1.15 Cross product parallelogram.
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a, b, c of a polygon to form a month if b is reex and the closed Aabc does not contain any
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Algorithms:
What is this Course About?
Godfried Toussaint
General Description of this course
This Algorithms course concerns the study of precisely defined procedures
(rules) that guarantee finding the correct solution to a problem when they are
followe