Category: Fields of geometry

Transformation geometry
In mathematics, transformation geometry (or transformational geometry) is the name of a mathematical and pedagogic take on the study of geometry by focusing on groups of geometric transformations, and
Noncommutative projective geometry
In mathematics, noncommutative projective geometry is a noncommutative analog of projective geometry in the setting of noncommutative algebraic geometry.
Geometric probability
Problems of the following type, and their solution techniques, were first studied in the 18th century, and the general topic became known as geometric probability. * (Buffon's needle) What is the cha
Non-Archimedean geometry
In mathematics, non-Archimedean geometry is any of a number of forms of geometry in which the axiom of Archimedes is negated. An example of such a geometry is the Dehn plane. Non-Archimedean geometrie
Geometric data analysis
Geometric data analysis comprises geometric aspects of image analysis, pattern analysis and shape analysis and the approach of multivariate statistics that treats arbitrary data sets as clouds of poin
Ordered geometry
Ordered geometry is a form of geometry featuring the concept of intermediacy (or "betweenness") but, like projective geometry, omitting the basic notion of measurement. Ordered geometry is a fundament
Branches of geometry
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Synthetic geometry
Synthetic geometry (sometimes referred to as axiomatic geometry or even pure geometry) is the study of geometry without the use of coordinates or formulae. It relies on the axiomatic method and the to