Graduate studies at Western
Foundations of Science 12 (1):1-7 (2007)
|Abstract||Multicellular organisms are ensembles of quasi-two-dimensional structures (sheets) of various kinds. Why should the development of all organisms be mediated by a quasi-two-dimensional structure? Why does such development avoid a direct confrontation with the third dimension? In this paper, we accept the challenge of addressing this question from the perspective of computational geometry and suggest that the construction of three-dimensional organisms may be explained by the constraints imposed on a bottom-up construction process.|
|Keywords||analytical geometry cognition computational geometry dimensionality of organisms interdisciplinary research|
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