J. Gielis, I. Tavkhelidze
In Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online: 5 January 2021
In the study of cutting Generalized Möbius-Listing bodies with polygons as cross section, it is well known that the Möbius phenomenon, whereby the cutting process yields only one body, occurs only in even polygons with an even number of vertices and sides, and only in the specific when the knife cuts...
Paolo Emilio Ricci
In Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online: 18 December 2020
Considering the diamond, i.e. the square inclined at an angle of 45°, it is possible to define the analogues of circular functions and to construct formulas that translate the trigonometric ones. The relative D-trigonometric functions have geometric shapes closely related to the corresponding classical...
Peter L. Antonelli, Solange F. Rutz
Volume 1, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 41-43
In recent decades, a resurgence of allometry in ecology and its associated scaling laws has been observed, going under the name macroecology. It is reasonable to think that the plethora of current works on experimental physiology using allometry is a continuation of the tradition of searching for the...
Johan Gielis, Wendy Goemans
Volume 1, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 44-45
Bennett Palmer, Álvaro Pámpano
Volume 1, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 33-40
We classify the anisotropic elastic curves modulo rescaling and quasi-rotation depending on one parameter for an ample family of anisotropic functionals. Several illustrations of this classification are shown at the end.
Paolo Emilio Ricci
Volume 1, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 20-32
In recent works, starting from the complex Bernoulli spiral and the Grandi roses, sets of irrational functions have been introduced and studied that extend to the fractional degree the polynomials of Chebyshev of the first, second, third and fourth kind. The functions thus obtained are therefore called...
Volume 1, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 9-19
In mathematics “curvature” is described in various ways, but perhaps the most common is as a rate of spatial attitude. Such a definition is similar to the deviation from flatness, where flatness might again be understood (in various ways) in terms of congruence. In classical physics the notion of curvature...
Johan Gielis, Diego Caratelli, Peijian Shi, Paolo Emilio Ricci
Volume 1, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 1-8
Starting from logarithmic, sinusoidal and power spirals, it is shown how these spirals are connected directly with Chebyshev polynomials, Lamé curves, with allometry and Antonelli-metrics in Finsler geometry. Curvature is a crucial concept in geometry both for closed curves and equiangular spirals, and...