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# Geometric Floral'' Configurations

Published:2009-09-01
Printed: Sep 2009
• Leah Wrenn Berman
• Jürgen Bokowski
• Branko Grünbaum
• Toma\v{z} Pisanski
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## Abstract

With an increase in size, configurations of points and lines in the plane usually become complicated and hard to analyze. The floral'' configurations we are introducing here represent a new type that makes accessible and visually intelligible even configurations of considerable size. This is achieved by combining a large degree of symmetry with a hierarchical construction. Depending on the details of the interdependence of these aspects, there are several subtypes that are described and investigated.
 MSC Classifications: 52C30 - Planar arrangements of lines and pseudolines 52C99 - None of the above, but in this section