The series Mathematics and Visualization is intended to further the fruitful relationship between mathematics and visualization. It covers applications of visualization techniques in mathematics, as well as mathematical theory and methods that are used for visualization. In particular, it emphasizes visualization in geometry, topology, and dynamical systems; geometric algorithms; visualization algorithms; visualization environments; computer aided geometric design; computational geometry; image processing; information visualization; and scientific visualization.
Three types of books will appear in the series: research monographs, graduate textbooks, and conference proceedings.
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