Visualisation - interpretation understanding: Traveling on the royal road to mathematical abstraction in old boots: Descriptive geometry

@article{Weiss2009VisualisationI,
  title={Visualisation - interpretation understanding: Traveling on the royal road to mathematical abstraction in old boots: Descriptive geometry},
  author={Gunter Weiss},
  journal={Filomat},
  year={2009},
  volume={23},
  pages={1-11}
}
Sketching and computer visualisation are standard communication media in Technology and Natural Science as well as in Mathematics. Of any visualisation we demand easy interpretability by the ”educated” viewer not only can ”read” the meaning of the figure but also gains some understanding of the visualised problem. Such a ”visual communication” needs schooling and training. Descriptive Geo-metry provides some simple but effective rules and techniques for such a visual communication. Using… 
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