Randomness in topological models


p. 914-925There are two aspects of randomness in topological models. In the first one, topological idealization of random patterns found in the Nature can be regarded as planar representations of three-dimensional lattices and thus reconstructed in the space. Another aspect of randomness is related to graphs in which some properties are determined in a random way. For example, combinatorial properties of graphs: number of vertices, number of edges, and connections between them can be regarded as events in the defined probability space. Random-graph theory deals with a question: at what connection probability a particular property reveals. Combination of probabilistic description of planar graphs and their spatial reconstruction creates new opportunities in structural form-finding, especially in the inceptive, the most creative, stage.Tarczewski, R.; Bober, W. (2010). Randomness in topological models. Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/695

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