Nexus Network Journal
Founded in 1999, the Nexus Network Journal (NNJ) is a peer-reviewed journal for researchers, professionals and students engaged in the study of the application of mathematical principles to architectural design. Its goal is to present the broadest possible consideration of all aspects of the relationships between architecture and mathematics, including landscape architecture and urban design. Bibliographic DataNexus Netw JFirst published in 1999 by Kim Williams Books1 volume per year, 3 issues per volumeFormat: 15.5 x 23.5 cmISSN 1590-5896 (print)ISSN 1522-4600 (electronic)
15 Volumes 33 Issues 474 Articles available from 1999 - 2013Browse Volumes & Issues
Robert Hannah (December 2013)
Eliana Manuel Pinho (December 2013)
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