Geometry |
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Teaching Staff in Charge |
Assoc.Prof. BLAGA Paul Aurel, Ph.D., pablagacs.ubbcluj.ro Prof. VARGA Csaba Gyorgy, Ph.D., csvargacs.ubbcluj.ro Lect. TOPAN Liana Manuela, Ph.D., ltopanmath.ubbcluj.ro |
Aims |
In the first part the course makes a gradual passage from the geometry studied in high-scholl to the principal notions of the three dimensional geometry and after that the objects of the three dimensional geometry are considered. |
Content |
I. Geometric transformations.
1. Izometries of euclidean plane: simetries, translations, rotations. 2. Homotety. 3. Inversion. II. Analytical geometry of plane. 1. Vectorial space of free vectors. 2. Vectorial equations of straight lines. 3. Cartesian equations of straight lines in plane. 4. Circle. 5. Conics. III. Analytical geometry in three-dimensional euclidean space. 1. Vectorial equations of straight lines and planes in space. 2. Cartesian equations of straight lines. 3. Cartesian equations of planes. 4. Sphere. 5. Cuadrics. 6. Generated surfaces. |
References |
1. D. Andrica, L. Ţopan – Analytic Geometry, Cluj University Press, 2004
2.M. Audin – Geometry, Springer, 2003 3.M. Berger – Geometry (vol. I şi II), Springer, 1987 4.P. A. Blaga – Lectures on Classical Differential Geometry, Risoprint, 2005 5.D. Dogaru – Elemente de grafică tridimensională, Editura Ştiinţifică şi Enciclopedică, 1988 6.P. A. Eggerton, W.S. Hall – Computer Graphics (Mathematical First Steps), Prentice Hall, 1999 7.N.N. Golovanov – Geometriceskoe modelirovanie, Izd. Fizmatlit, 2002 (în limba rusă) 8.C.F. Hoffmann – Geometric and Solid Modeling, Morgan Kaufmann, 1989 9.M.E. Mortenson – Geometric Modeling (ediţia a II-a), John Wiley, 1995 10.D.F. Rogers, J.A. Adams – Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics (ediţia a II-a), McGraw-Hill, 1990 |
Assessment |
Exam. |
Links: | Syllabus for all subjects Romanian version for this subject Rtf format for this subject |