|類型/形式：||Nonfiction television programs
Television program excerpts
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|提及的人：||Jeffrey R Weeks; Jeffrey R Weeks|
Jeffrey R Weeks; Tamara Munzer; Delle Maxwell; Joe Seamans; Robert Strength; Danny Glover; University of Minnesota. Geometry Center.; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)
|語言註釋：||[2nd title] Closed captioned.|
|注意：||[1st title] Based on the book by Jeffrey Weeks, "The shape of space: how to visualize surfaces and three-dimensional manifolds", c1985.
[2nd title] excerpt from the episode Shape Of The World, from the 1995 television series Life by the numbers.
|餘額：||Narrators, Robert Strength (Shape of space), Danny Glover (Life by the numbers).|
|表演者：||Narrator, Robert Strength (Shape of space), Danny Glover (Life by the numbers).|
|描述：||1 videocassette (20 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.|
|内容：||The shape of space / the Geometry Center ; directors, Tamara Munzer, Delle Maxwell ; script, Jeff Weeks [and others] (1995, 10:38) --
An interview with Jeff Weeks / WQED Pittsburgh ; [producer and writer, Joseph Seamans] (1998, 9:04).
|其他題名：||Interview with Jeff Weeks
Shape of space and an interview with Jeff Weeks
Shape of space and interview with Jeff Weeks
Life by the numbers (Television program)
|責任：||by the Geometry Center, University of Minnesota. Interview with Jeff Weeks, from Life by the numbers / WQED, Pittsburgh.|
With the use of computer graphics and non-technical language, author Jeffrey Weeks explains the idea of topology, an area of mathematics important for theorizing about the shape of the universe. A glimpse of non-Euclidean geometry is provided by showing how a two-dimensional space a "fundamental domain", may be considered to be the surface of a torus, with properties different from those of a different plane. The analogy is extended by showing a cube as a fundamental domain. Also included is an interview with Jeffrey Weeks.