Discrete & Computational Geometry
|Discipline||discrete geometry, computational geometry|
|Edited by||Kenneth L. Clarkson, János Pach.|
|ISO 4||Discrete Comput. Geom.|
Discrete & Computational Geometry is a peer-reviewed mathematics journal published quarterly by Springer. Founded in 1986 by Jacob E. Goodman and Richard M. Pollack, the journal publishes articles on discrete geometry and computational geometry.
Abstracting and indexing
The journal is indexed in:
- Mathematical Reviews
- Zentralblatt MATH
- Science Citation Index
- Current Contents/Engineering, Computing and Technology
The articles by Gil Kalai with a proof of a subexponential upper bound on the diameter of a polyhedron and by Samuel Ferguson on the Kepler conjecture, both published in Discrete & Computational geometry, earned their author the Fulkerson Prize.
- Kalai, Gil (1992). "Upper bounds for the diameter and height of graphs of the convex polyhedra". Discrete & Computational Geometry. 8: 363–372. doi:10.1007/bf02293053.
- Ferguson, Samuel P. (2006). "Sphere Packings, V. Pentahedral Prisms". Discrete & Computational Geometry. 36: 167–204. doi:10.1007/s00454-005-1214-y.
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