Michael Leyton, Computer-Aided Design via Group Theory.

 


 

Leyton's book, A Generative Theory of Design  (Springer-Verlag, 2001) gives an extensive group-theoretic treatment of computer-aided design, robotics, and perception. In the area of CAD, Leyton gives an comprehensive mathematical theory of all the main phases of mechancal and architectural CAD. In the area of robotics, he gives a new group-theoretic treatment of manipulator structure. Finally, in the area of perception, he gives a mathematically complete theory of grouping and shape representation.

 

 

 

Professor Leyton's homepage is http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~mleyton/homepage.htm

Email address: MLeyton@msn.com

 



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