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Euclid21: Euclid's Elements for the 21st Century

Author(s): 
Eugene Boman (Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg), Alexandra Milbrand (Florida Atlantic University), Tyler Brown (Iowa State University), Siddharth Dahiya (Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg), Joseph Roberge (Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg), and Mary Boman (Bryn Mawr College)

Overview

The authors have developed an application which presents Euclid's The Elements visually in the form of a directed graph. Two nodes (propositions) are connected if one is used in the proof of the other. This article tells the story of the creation of the application, explains why we think it is a valuable addition to the literature, and describes briefly how to use it.

Eugene Boman (Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg), Alexandra Milbrand (Florida Atlantic University), Tyler Brown (Iowa State University), Siddharth Dahiya (Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg), Joseph Roberge (Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg), and Mary Boman (Bryn Mawr College), "Euclid21: Euclid's Elements for the 21st Century," Convergence (December 2014), DOI:10.4169/convergence20141202

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