Branko Grünbaum

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Geombinatorics Quarterly

Branko Grünbaum

2019

Article Title: Yes, No, or Maybe? 3-partitions of the set of isomorphism classes of convex polyhedra

Vol Issue:  Vol XXVIII (3) 2019 

Page:  121


2016

Article Title: Are All Convex Polyhedra Fully Truncable?

Vol Issue: Vol XXVI (1) 2016 

Page:  12


2015

Article Title:  Are All Convex Polyhedra Tetragonalizable?

Vol Issue: Vol XXV (2) 2015 

Page: 56


2013

Article Title: Revisiting “Small unstretchable simplicial arrangements of pseudonliens”

Vol Issue:  Vol XXII (1) 2013 

Page: 5


Article Title:  Did You Really Prove That?

Vol Issue:  Vol XXII (4) 2013 

Page: 171


2012

Article Title:  Inversion of the “midpoints polygon” construction

Vol Issue:  Vol XXI (3) 2012 

Page:  89



Article Title:  Incenters and incircles

Vol Issue:  Vol XXII (1) 2012 

Page: 5


Article Title: Midpoint Polygon Inversion Revisited

Vol Issue:  Vol XXII (2) 2012 

Page:  63



Article Title:  Deflection Constructions

Vol Issue: Vol XXII (3) 2012 

Page: 93


2011

Article Title: Side-Angle Reciprocity – A Survey

Vol Issue: Vol XXI (2) 2011 

Page: 55


2010

Article Title: Tilings By Some Nonconvex Parallelohedra

Vol Issue:  Vol XIX (3) 2010 

Page: 100


Article Title:  Dirac’s conjecture concerning high-incidence elements in aggregates

Vol Issue:  Vol XX (2) 2010

 Page: 48


2009

Article Title: Small Unstretchable Simplicial Arrangements of Pseudolines

Vol Issue: Vol XVIII (4) 2009 

Page: 153


Article Title: Uniform Columns

Vol Issue:  Vol XIX (2) 2009 

 Page:  52


2008

Article Title:  [4,3]-Configurations with Many Symmetries

Vol Issue: Vol XVIII (1) 2008 

Page:  5


2006

Article Title: Connected (n4) Configurations Exist for Almost All n – Second Update

Vol Issue: Vol XVI (2) 2006 

Page: 254


REPRINT: [4,3]-Configurations with Many Symmetries

Vol Issue:  Vol XVI (2) 2006 

Page: 254


2005

Article Title:  Are Prisms and Antiprisms Boring? (Part III)

Vol Issue: Vol XV (2) 2005 

Page:  69


2004

Article Title: Are Prisms and Antiprisms Really Boring? (Part 2)

Vol Issue:  Vol XIV (1) 2004 

Page: 10


2003

Article Title:  (1-2-3)-Complexes

Vol Issue:  XIII (2) 2003 

Page: 65


Article Title:  Families of Point-Touching Squares

Vol Issue:  Vol XII (4) 2003 

Page:  167


2002

Article Title: The Grunert Point of Pentagons

Vol Issue:  Vol XI (3) 2002 

Page:  78


Article Title:  No-Net Polyhedra

Vol Issue:  Vol XI (4) 2002 

Page:  111-114
 


Article Title:  Connected (n4) Configurations Exist for Almost all n – an Update

Vol Issue:  Vol XII (1) 2002 

Page:  15


2001

Article Title:  Connected (n4) Configurations Exist for Almost All n

Vol Issue:  Vol X (1) 2001

 Pages:  24



Article Title:  A Relative of “Napopleon’s Theorem”

Vol Issue:  Vol X (3) 2001

 Page: 116



Article Title:  A Starshaped Polyhedron with no Net

Vol Issue: Vol XI (2) 2001 

Page:  43


2000

Article Title : Astral (n4) Configurations

Vol Issue:  Vol IX (3) 2000

 Page:  127


Article Title:  Which (n4) Configurations Exist?

Vol Issue : Vol IX (4) 2000 

Page:  164


1999

Article TItle:  Selfinsections of Polyarcs

Vol Issue:  Vol VIII (3) 1999 

Page:  78


Article Title: The Search for Symmetric Venn Diagrams

Vol Issue:  Vol VIII (4) 1999

 Page: 104


Article Title:  Monochromatic Intersection Points in Families of Numbers

Vol Issue : Vol IX (1) 1999 

Page:  3


Article Title: Omittable Points

Vol Issue:  Vol IX (2) 1999 

Page: 57


1998

Article Title:  On Quadrangles Derived From Quadrangles — Part 3

Vol Issue:  Vol VII (3) 1998 

Page: 88


Article Title:  How Many Triangles?

Vol Issue:  Vol XIII (1) 1998 

Page:  154


Article Title – Selfinsections of Polygons

Vol Issue – Vol VIII (2) 1998 

Page: 37


1997

Article Title:  Erdös Vignettes

Vol Title:  Vol VI (3) 1997 

Page:  79


Article Title: Still More Rhombic Hexecontahedra

Vol Issue:  Vol VI (4) 1997 

Page: 140


Article Title:  On Quadrangles Derived from Quadrangles

Vol Issue:  Vol VII (1) 1997 

Page:  5


Article Title:  On Quadrangles Derived From Quadrangles — Part 2

Vol Issue:  Vol VII (2) 1997 

Page: 41


1996

Article Title:  A New Rhombic Hexecontahedron

Vol Issue : Vol VI (1) 1996 

Page:  15


Article Title:  A New Rhombic Hexecontahedron — Once More

Vol Issue:  Vol VI (2) 1996 

Page:  55


1995

Article Title:  The Parabolic 3-Space

Vol Issue: Vol IV (3) 1995 

Page: 77


Article Title: The Angle-side Reciprocity of Quadrangles

Vol Issue:  Vol IV (4) 1995 

Page: 115


Article Title: How to Convexify a Polygon

Vol Issue:  Vol V (1) 1995 

Page:  24


1994

Article Title: Hamiltonian Polygons and Polyhedra

Vol Issue:  Vol III (3) 1994 

Page: 83


Article Title: Stable Coloring

Vol Issue: Vol III (4) 1994 

Page:  117


Article Title:  Quadrangles, Pentagons, and Computers, Revisited

Vol Issue:  Vol IV (1) 1994 

Page:  11


Article Title:  Uniform Tilings Of 3-Space

Vol Issue:  Vol IV (2) 1994 

Page:  49


1993

Article Title: Infinite Uniform Polyhedra

Vol Issue:  Vol II (3) 1993 

Page:  53



Article Title:  Holey Isogonal Columns

Vol Issue:  Vol II (4) 1993 

Page:  75


Article Title: Quadrangles, Pentagons, and Computers

Vol Issue:  Vol III (1) 1993 

Page: 4


Article Title:  Astral (nk) Configurations

Vol Issue:  Vol III (2) 1993

 Page: 32


1992

Article Title:  Nets of Polyhedra II

Vol Issue:   Vol I (3) 1992

 Page:  5


Article Title:  Venn Diagrams I

Vol Issue: Vol I (4) 1992 

Page:  5


Article Title:  Venn Diagrams II

Vol Issue:  Vol II (2) 1992 

Page:  25


1991

Article Title: Odd Polyhedra

Vol Issue:  Vol I (1) 1991

 Page:  4


Article Title: Nets of Polyhedra

Vol Issue:  Vol I (2) 1991 

Page: 5