**Geometry's Parts** (4/11/2008)

prepared by:

Joseph Malkevitch

Department of Mathematics and Computing

York College (CUNY)

Jamaica, New York 11451-0001

Email: malkevitch@york.cuny.edu (for additions, suggestions, and corrections)

Algebraic geometry

Arrangements of lines and hyperplanes

Automata

Axiomatics

Block designs

Cartography

Catastrophe theory

Coding theory

Computational geometry

Computational topology

Computer vision

Configurations

Conic sections

Convexity

Coordinate systems

Descriptive geometry

Differential geometry

Digital geometry

Discrete geometry

Display of data

Distances

Equidecomposibility

Euclidean geometry

Finite geometries

Fractal geometry

Geodesy

Geometric constructions

Geometric extremal problems

Geometric games

Geometric inequalities

Geometric and solid modeling

Geometric probability

Geometry and Physics

Geometry, art, and architecture

Geometry of complex numbers

Geometry of fabrics

Geometry puzzles

Geometric transformations

Geometry of surfaces

Graph theory

Groups

History of geometry

Hyperbolic geometry

Image processing

Integral geometry

Inversive geometry

Isoperimetric problems

Knot theory

Lattice points

Linear programming

Linkages

Manifolds

Minkoswki geometry

N-dimensional geometry

Optical illusions and moiré patterns

Oriented matroids

Packing and Covering

Paper folding and origami

Plane curves

Polygons

Polyhedra

Projective geometry

Pseudolines and pseudocurves

Pythagorean theorem

Rigidity theory

Shape grammars

Space-time geometry

Symmetry

Taxicab geometry

Teaching geometry

Tilings

Topology

VLSI

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