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Works under MDS 516.0028
 Computational Geometry : Algorithms and Applications by Mark de Berg
 Discrete and Computational Geometry by Satyan L. Devadoss
 Algorithmic Geometry by JeanDaniel Boissonnat
 Introduction to Geometric Computing by Sherif Ghali
 Handbook of Computational Geometry by J.R. Sack
 Art Gallery Theorems and Algorithms (International Series of Monographs on Computer Science, No 3) by Joseph O'Rourke
 Rethinking Proof with the Geometer's Sketchpad by Michael D De Villiers
 Numerical Geometry of NonRigid Shapes (Monographs in Computer Science) by Alexander M. Bronstein
 The Interactive Geometry Software Cinderella by JΓΌrgen RichterGebert
 Geometric Procedures for Civil Engineers by Elias C. Tonias
 Machine proofs in geometry automated production of readable proofs for geometry theorems by ShangChing Chou
 User manual for the interactive geometry software Cinderella by JΓΌrgen RichterGebert
 Der zugmodus in 3Ddynamischen geometriesystemen (DGS) : analyse von nutzerverhalten und Typenbildung by Mathias Hattermann
 Automated Deduction in Geometry: 4th International Workshop, ADG 2002, Hagenberg Castle, Austria, September 46, 2002, Revised Papers (Lecture Notes in ... / Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence) by Franz Winkler
 Integrated Matrix Analysis of Structures  Theory and Computation (Kluwer International Series in Engineering & Computer Science) by Mario Paz
 Rethinking Proof With the Geometer's Sketchpad by Michael D. De Villiers
 Inconsistent Geometry by Chris Mortensen
 Advances in Geometric Modeling by Muhammad Sarfraz
 Geometric Modeling: Techniques, Applications, Systems and Tools by Muhammad Sarfraz
 Automated Deduction in Geometry : 7th International Workshop, ADG 2008, Shanghai, China, September 2224, 2008. Revised Papers by Thomas Sturm
 Modelling and graphics in science and technology by J. C. Teixeira
 Computational Geometry and Its Applications (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Hartmut Noltemeier
 Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry : CCCG '96 : proceedings of the 8th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, August 1215, 1996 by F. Fiala
 Meshing, geometric modeling and numerical simulation : form functions, triangulations and geometric modeling. by Houman Borouchaki
 Geometric Modeling and Processing  GMP 2006: 4th International Conference, GMP 2006, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, July 2628, 2006, Proceedings (Lecture Notes ... Science and General Issues) (Volume 0) by MyungSoo Kim

 Interactions on digital tablets in the context of 3D geometry learning : contributions and assessments by David Bertolo
 Facile la vita per Cenerentola by Jennifer Conner
 Mechanical Geometry Theorem Proving (Mathematics and Its Applications (closed)) by ShangChing Chou
 Automated deduction in geometry : 9th International Workshop, ADG 2012, Edinburgh, UK, September 1719, 2012. Revised selected papers by Tetsuo Ida
 Computational geometry and graphs : ThailandJapan Joint Conference, TJJCCGG 2012, Bangkok, Thailand, December 68, 2012, Revised selected papers by J. Akiyama
 Curves and surfaces : 7th international conference, Curves and Surfaces 2010, Avignon, France, June 2430, 2010 : revised selected papers by J.D Boissonnat
 Advances in geometric modeling and processing : 6th international conference, GMP 2010, Castro Urdiales, Spain, June 1618, 2010 ; proceedings by mourrainbernard
 Computational Geometry and Graph Theory: International Conference, KyotoCGGT 2007, Kyoto, Japan, June 1115, 2007. Revised Selected Papers (Lecture Notes ... Vision, Pattern Recognition, and Graphics) by Hiro Ito
 Automated deduction in geometry : 8th International Workshop, ADG 2010, Munich, Germany, July 2224, 2010 : revised selected papers by Pascal Schreck
 Computational GeometryMethods, Algorithms, and Applications, 91: International Workshop on Computational Geometry Cg '91, Bern, Switzerland, March 2 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by switzerla International Workshop on Computational
 Proceedings of the TwentyFirst Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry (SCG'05) by Unnamed Unnamed
 SCG 10 Proceedings of the 26th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry by Computational Geometry Conference
 Computational geometry XIV Spanish Meeting, EGC 2011, dedicated to Ferran Hurtado on the occasion of his 60th birthday Alcala de Henares, Spain, June 2730, 2011, revised selected papers by Alberto Marquez
 Discrete and Computational Geometry: Papers from the Dimacs Special Year (Dimacs : Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science,) by Jacob E. Goodman
 Automated deduction in geometry : Second International Workshop, ADG '98, Beijing, China, August 1998 : proceedings by XiaoShan Gao
 Nonlinear Computational Geometry by Ioannis Z. Emiris
 Automated deduction in geometry : third international workshop, ADG 2000, Zurich, Switzerland, September 2527, 2000 : revised papers by JΓΌrgen RichterGebert
 Linear Geometry with Computer Graphics (Pure and Applied Mathematics (Marcel Dekker)) by John Loustav
 Discrete and computational geometry : papers from the DIMACS special year by Jacob E. Goodman
 Parallel Computational Geometry by Selim G. Akl
 An introduction to Laplacian spectral distances and kernels : theory, computation, and applications by Giuseppe PatanΓ¨
 Design and Analysis of Approximation Algorithms (Springer Optimization and Its Applications, Vol. 62) by DingZhu Du
 Geometric modeling and graphics : 2003 International Conference on Geometric Modeling and Graphics : GMAG 2003 : proceedings : 1618 July, 2003, London, England
 Modelli geometrici in Computer Graphics by Michael E. Mortenson
 Geometric computing : or wavelet transforms, robot vision, learning, control and action by Eduardo Bayro Corrochano

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