Journal

2022 SPECIAL ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL SYMMETRY AND SCIENCE

PRINTED EDITION:

The printed edition of this Special Issue of the Symmetry: Art and Science was offered to the Congress participants and has the following bibliographic reference:

  • Viana, V., Nagy, D., Xavier, J., Neiva, A., Ginoulhiac, M., Mateus, L. & Varela, P. (Eds.). (2022). Symmetry: Art and Science | 12th SIS-Symmetry Congress [Special Issue]. Symmetry: Art and Science. Porto: International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry.

DIGITAL EDITION:

The following links direct to the digital version of each chapter of the Special Issue of the Journal Symmetry: Art and Science, published for the Symmetry: Art and Science | 12th SIS-Symmetry Congress. Details about the bibliographic reference for each chapter will be announced soon.

THE LINKS FOR CHAPTERS 01-46 WILL BE INCLUDED SOON

  • CHAPTER 00 | Front-matter
  • CHAPTER 01 | Συμμετρiα – Symmetria – Symmetry Zoo- And Ethno-Mathematics, Birth of The Term In Greece, Survival In The Theory of Architecture, Rebirth In Art And Science, and the Future Tasks, with Outlooks To “Portuguese Symmetries” And Camões, and to the Golden Section with Less “Gold” and Without Leonardo
    • Dénes Nagy, Hungary
  • CHAPTER 02 | Maurits Cornelis Escher: When a Simple Empty Plane Comes to Life.
    • Carlos Santos, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 03 | Antisymmetry in Portuguese Ceramic Tile Façades.
    • João Nunes, Andreia Hall and Paolo Vettori, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 04 | Space Tessellations – Polyhedral Sculpting.
    • Werner Van Hoeydonck, Austria
  • CHAPTER 05 | Interlacing Islamic Art with the Teaching of Symmetry in Portuguese Schools.
    • Paula Rita, Nuno Bastos and Andreia Hall, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 06 | Symmetry and Landscape Representation. Internal Order and Picturesque Singularity.
    • Joan Carles Oliver, Spain
  • CHAPTER 07 | Symmetry Relations in Crossed-Arch Domes. Comparison Between the Persian and Spanish-Muslim Traditions.
    • Clara Pimenta do Vale, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 08 | Symmetry in Shape and Symmetry in Motion of Digital 3D Characters.
    • Ratko Obradovic, Ivana Vasiljevic, Filip Mirceski And Isidora Djuric, Republic of Serbia
  • CHAPTER 09 | Split Plywood as a Platform for Creative Research on Symmetry. Between Beauty And Symmetry, Between Art and Design.
    • Adi Hamer Yacobi, Israel
  • CHAPTER 10 | Transformation in Implementation. Symmetry Concepts in Industrial Design Products.
    • Patricia Muñoz, Argentina
  • CHAPTER 11 | Symmetry and Variance. Generative Parametric Modelling of Historical Brick Wall Patterns.
    • Sevgi Altun, Mustafa Cem Güneş, Yusuf Hüseyin Şahin, Alican Mertan, Mine Özkar and Gözde Ünal, Turkey
  • CHAPTER 12 | Dynamic Symmetry, Harmony, and Balance in Naqsh-E-Jahan Square of Ispahan.
    • Mohammadmahdi Alizadeh and Clara Pimenta do Vale, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 13 | Four Houses by Kazuo Shinohara. Symmetry and Topology.
    • Filipe Magalhães, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 14 | (In)Visibilities from the Interval’s Dissymmetry. Reflections Through Távora’s Japan and Sartre: The Tennis Pavilion.
    • João Cepeda, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 15 | Frontally Framed Compositions. Iterations Through a Recognizable Trope.
    • Ana Luisa Soares, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 16 | Symmetry In Mathematics and the Mathematics of Symmetry
    • António MACHIAVELO
  • CHAPTER 17 | Application of Aperiodic Tiling to Lattice Spatial Structures: A Family of Aperiodic Patterns on Spherical Caps.
    • James Durn and Alireza Behnejad, United Kingdom
  • CHAPTER 18 | Perspective Perovskites.
    • Eugene Katz, Israel
  • CHAPTER 19 | A Combined Research Platform of Structural Morphology, dealing with the Ordered 3D Space.
    • Michael Burt, Israel
  • CHAPTER 20 | Fullerene-Like Architecture of Pollen.
    • Irina Delusina and Eugene Katz, United States of America
  • CHAPTER 21 | Persian Velvets of the 17th Century: Symmetry, Craft, and Technology.
    • Carol Bier, United States of America
  • CHAPTER 22 | Applying Symmetry in Figured Velvet Design.
    • Barbara Setsu Pickett, United States of America
  • CHAPTER 23 | Crossings. Flying Over Antisymmetric Truchet Friezes.
    • Andreia Hall, João Nunes and Paolo Vettori, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 24 | Playing Symmetries. Portuguese Sidewalks.
    • Alda Carvalho, Carlos Santos, Jorge Silva and Ricardo Teixeira, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 25 | Symmetry Concepts as Design Approach. Aesthetics Between Irregularity and Regularity.
    • Cornelie Leopold, Germany
  • CHAPTER 26 | Symmetry in Motion. Stellae Octangulae, and Equifaced Polyhedra.
    • Gunter Weiss, Austria
  • CHAPTER 27 | Polyhedrons, Art, And Architecture in Renaissance Venice.
    • Cosimo Monteleone, Italy
  • CHAPTER 28 | Analogy and Symmetry: Some Heuristic Spatial Generalizations of the Octagon.
    • Antonia Redondo Buitrago, Spain
  • CHAPTER 29 | Torricelli’s Computation of the Area Under the Cycloid.
    • Maria Zack, United States of America
  • CHAPTER 30 | S, M, L, Xl, Y, Z. Images With Count, Weight, and Measure
    • Os Espacialistas
  • CHAPTER 31 | Functional Asymmetry In Fly’s Wing Veins as Pipe Network.
    • Kazuki Sugiyama, Yoshihiro Kubota, and Osamu Mochizuki, Japan
  • CHAPTER 32 | Seed, Tree, Forest… Building Harmony Symmetry Through (Sacred) Creativity.
    • Joana Ribeiro, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 33 | Characteristics of Water Supplying Network on Leaf.
    • Yuki Ishizaki And Yoshihiro Kubota, Japan
  • CHAPTER 34 | Relationship of Proportions, Floorplan Patterns, Typology, and Symmetry in Religious Architecture with Particular Focus on the Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Interwar Hungary.
    • Eszter Hajós-Baku, Hungary
  • CHAPTER 35 | The Language Revival Diamond (LARD): Revivalistics in the Mirroring Service of Rectifying Linguicide.
    • Ghil’ad Zuckermann, Australia
  • CHAPTER 36 | Constructing Symmetric Bamboo Domes and Bamboo Spheres. The Shape of Fullerenes C60 and C80 as a Template For Domes.
    • Caspar Schwabe, Japan
  • CHAPTER 37 | Symmetry In Encoding Information. Search For Common Formalism.
    • Marcin Schroeder, Japan
  • CHAPTER 38 | A Semiotic Folly: Seeking the Opposite of a Circle.
    • Lynn Arnold, Australia
  • CHAPTER 39 | The Development and Role of Symmetry in Ancient Scripts.
    • Peter Revesz, United States of America
  • CHAPTER 40 | Unexpected Sense of Symmetry Inside Projection.
    • Luigi Cocchiarella, Italy
  • CHAPTER 41 | Symmetries In Classical Music. From Guillaume de Machaut to Cesar Franck.
    • Carlota Simões, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 42 | Mathematical Aspects of a New Spherical Musical Instrument: Sphereharmonic.
    • Maria Mannonea and Takashi Yoshino, Japan
  • CHAPTER 43 | Symmetry in Literature, the Perspective of a Mathematician.
    • Natália Bebiano, Portugal
  • CHAPTER 44 | The Golden Section: There Was Always a First Time – But When Was It?
    • Albert Van Der Schoot, The Netherlands
  • CHAPTER 45 | On the Ubiquity of Symmetry in Logical Geometry.
    • Hans Smessaert and Lorenz Demey, Belgium
  • CHAPTER 46 | Ambiguous Symmetry: The Typical Case of Human Beings.
    • Jean-Yves Beziau, Brazil