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1.3 Special and General Relativity
1.4 New Foundations to Geometry
1.5 The Memory Roles of Symmetry and Asymmetry
1.6 Basic Procedure for Recovering the Past
2.1 Curvature as Memory Storage
2.2 General Symmetry Axes
2.3 Symmetry-Curvature Duality
2.4 The Interaction Principle
2.5 Undoing Curvature Variation
2.6 Extensive Application
2.7 A Grammatical Decomposition of the Asymmetry Principle
2.8 Process-Grammar and Asymmetry Principle
2.9 Scientific Applications of the Process-Grammar
2.10 Artistic Applications of the Process-Grammar
2.11 Architectural Applications of the Process-Grammar
Chapter 3 Architecture as Maximal Memory Storage
3.2 The Two Fundamental Principles
3.4 Generating a Shape by Transfer
3.5 Fiber and Control
3.6 Projection as Memory
3.7 Regularity in Classical Architecture
3.8 Breaking the Iso-Regularity
3.9 Reference Frames
3.10 New Theory of Symmetry-Breaking
3.11 Maximizing Memory Storage
3.12 Theory of Unfolding
4.3 New Foundations for Art
4.4 New Foundations for Computation
4.5 What is a Building?
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