Persian Architecture and Mathematics

  • Editors
  • Reza Sarhangi

Part of the Nexus Network Journal book series (NNJ)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-iv
  2. Letter from the Editor

    1. Kim Williams
      Pages 195-196
  3. Letter from the Guest Editor

  4. Persian Architecture and Mathematics

  5. Other Research

  6. Back Matter
    Pages 407-407

About this book


This volulme features eight original papers dedicated to the theme “Persian Architecture and Mathematics,” guest edited by Reza Sarhangi. All papers were approved through a rigorous process of blind peer review and edited by an interdisciplinary scientific editorial committee. Topics range from symmetry in ancient Persian architecture to the elaborate geometric patterns and complex three-dimensional structures of standing monuments of historical periods, from the expression of mathematical ideas to architectonic structures, and from decorative ornament to the representation of modern group theory and quasi-crystalline patterns. The articles discuss unique monuments Persia, including domed structures and two-dimensional patterns, which have received significant scholarly attention in recent years. This book is a unique contribution to studies of Persian architecture in relation to mathematics.


Computational Sciences Mathematics Persian Architecture

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