Henry Segerman

I am currently an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University. I do research in 3-dimensional geometry and topology, particularly involving ideal triangulations.

I am interested in mathematical and typographical art of various kinds and dimensions. I (occasionally) juggle and (very occasionally) play Go.


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The pattern is the smallest solution to the problem of taking a square and dissecting it into a number of smaller squares, such that all of the smaller squares are of different sizes, in the sense that it requires the fewest number of smaller squares, 21. It was discovered by A. J. W. Duijvestijn in 1978.

The CSS for the rollover effect was derived from an example by Tanked Up Underwater Imaging. They used an idea by Tanfa.