A regular skew polygon is a skew polygon with equal edge lengths and which is vertex-transitive.
The interior surface (or area) of such a polygon is not uniquely defined, although this can be considered as a minimal surface problem like the form of a soap film inside of a wire frame.
- More quadrilaterals, regarding skew quadrilaterals
- Regular skew polyhedron
- Infinite skew polyhedron
- Petrie polygon
- Apeirogon skew forms
- Skew lines
- Williams, Robert (1979). The Geometrical Foundation of Natural Structure: A Source Book of Design. Dover Publications, Inc. ISBN 0-486-23729-X. "Skew Polygons (Saddle Polygons)." §2.2
- John Milnor: On the total curvature of knots, Ann. Math. 52 (1950) 248–257.
- J.M. Sullivan: Curves of finite total curvature, ArXiv:math.0606007v2
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