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3-D Shapes Are Like Green Grapes!

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Plaumann and K. ), Geometry - von Staudt's Point of View, 51-99. Copyright © 1981 by D. Reidel Publishing Company. 52 H. -J. KROLL 2-structure, affine plane, hyperbola structure, Mobius, Laguerre and Minkowskian planes. Some of these geometric structures can be described by algebraic structures which are introduced in §/[. In these geometries one can define several types of perspectivities, hence projectivities and groups formed by projectivities mapping a generator or a chain onto itself. These groups will be called here von Staudt groups (§2, §7 and ~8).

QUATTROCCHI. Three types of circle geometries are known, the Mobius, Laguerre, and Minkowskian planes. These geometries can be defined. by a unified method (cf. [/15 J ). For this purpose we shall start with the concepts of I-nets and 1chain-nets (§2). Nets are also called webs (German: Gewebe, Wabe) by W. BLASCHKE and G. THOMSEN. The theoryof nets has been mainly developed by W. BLASCHKE [6J, G. THOMSEN [33J, K. REIDEl'1EISTER [YI J, G. BOL [8J, R. ARTZY [1J and others. From I-chain-nets we obtain by specialization the following structures: I-structure, 51 P.

D. S. : On the group of projectivities on a line in a finite projective plane. MZ 104, 247 - 248 (1968). PERSPECTIVITIES IN CIRCLE GEOMETRIES Helmut Karzel and Hans-Joachim Kroll Technische Universităt MUnchen During recent years research in the theory of circle geometries has made enormous progress. This development is most impressively reflected by the bibliography of BENZ's book [4J. Circle geometries, as the term is used in our investigations, were first considered inthe last century in the works of MOBIUS, LIE and LAGUERRE.

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