Algebraic Integral Geometry, Applications Of Integral Geometry

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Download PDF Abstract: A survey on recent developments in (algebraic) integral geometry is given.The main focus lies on algebraic structures on the space of translationinvariant valuations and applications in integral geometry.

Comments: 32 pages; minor changes
Subjects: Differential Geometry (math.DG)
MSC classes: 52A22, 53C65
Journalreference: Global Differential Geometry, edited by C. Bär, J. Lohkamp and M. Schwarz, Springer 2012
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