**Transformations of Surfaces**

by Luther Pfahler Eisenhart

**Publisher**: Princeton University Press 1923**Number of pages**: 371

**Description**:

Most, if not all, of the transformations which have been developed in recent years are reducible to transformations F or to transformations of the type such that a surface and a transform are focal surfaces of a W congruence. It is the purpose of this book to develop these two types of transformations and thereby to coordinate the results of many investigations.

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