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POLYGON SHORTENING MAKES (MOST) QUADRILATERALS CIRCULAR

  • Published : 2002.02.01

Abstract

We show that an analog of the age-Grayson-Hamilton Theorem for curves moving according to their mean curvature holds for the motion of quadrilaterals according to their Menger curvature.

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