Calendar Fall 2013
|September 5||11:30 a.m.||LCB/JWB Patio||Ice Cream Social|
|October 1||3:30–4:30 p.m.||LCB 323||Origami Workshop
Given a compact, smooth surface embedded in ℝ³, we can approximate it by a PL (Piecewise Linear) surface with all vertices on the surface and having only triangular faces. When the vertices of the faces gets denser and denser and the diameter of triangles converge to 0, does the area of the PL surface converge to the area of the surface?
We will 'fold' a counter example Schwartz gave! Flyer