Hyperbolic Geometry on a Hyperboloid.

Reynolds, William F.


  • Hardly anyone would maintain that it is better to begin to learn geography from at maps than from a globe. But almost all introductions to hyperbolic non-Euclidean geometry, except [6], present plane models, such as the projective and conformal disk models, without even mentioning that there exists a model that has the same relation to plane models that a globe has to at maps. This model, which is... read more
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  • William F. Reynolds (1993) Hyperbolic Geometry on a Hyperboloid, The American Mathematical Monthly, 100:5, 442-455, DOI: 10.1080/00029890.1993.11990430
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