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authors Barrionuevo, Luis F. and Borsetti, Ricardo
year 2001
title LA POTENCIALIDAD ESPACIAL DE LOS "SPIROLATERALS" EN LA ARQUITECTURA (The Spacial Potential of the "Spirolaterals" in Architecture)
source SIGraDi biobio2001 - [Proceedings of the 5th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics / ISBN 956-7813-12-4] Concepcion (Chile) 21-23 november 2001, pp. 74-76
summary “Spirolaterals” (Odds, 1973) are mathematical entities created by drawing a set of lines, the first at a unit length, then each additional line increasing by a value of certain longitude while turning a constant or variable direction. (Krawczyk, 2000) The objective of this work is to propose the use of spirolaterals as a geometric support to produce preliminary alternatives for architectural layouts. A computation program is implemented to demonstrate the automatic production of spatial spirolaterals: spirospace, and images of results are exposed.
series SIGRADI
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100%; open Abelson, Harold and diSerra, Andera (1986) Find in CUMINCAD Turtle Geometry , MIT Press, pp. 37-39, 120-122
100%; open Krawczyk, Robert J. (2001) Find in CUMINCAD More curved spirolaterals , Mathematical Connections In Art, Music, and Science
100%; open Krawczyk, Robert J. (2001) Find in CUMINCAD The art of spirolateral reversals , Journal of Mathematics & Design, V. W. Spinadel, Centre of Mathematics & Design, Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo; Universidad de Buenos Aires. Ciudad Universitaria. M&D Editorial Board. Buenos Aires. March 2001
100%; open Odds, Frank (1973) Find in CUMINCAD Spirolaterals , Mathematics Teacher, February 1973, pp. 121-124

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