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From the Publisher"The major theorems presented are remarkable – results that may surprise the reader include the fact that, with the right folds, any shape or collection of shapes (even ones with holes in) that is composed of straight lines may be cut out from a sheet of paper with just a single cut."
Martin Smith, London Mathematical Society Newsletter
"Readers learn firsthand how the right way of looking at the right question potentially launches new fields of mathematics."
D.V. Feldman, Choice Magazine
"... a great book for someone who wants to learn about the mathematics behind origami without being overwhelmed by the mathematics itself. This is a great book for a high school or undergraduate student to get introduced to the open problems in computational origami."
Brittany Terese Fasy & and David L. Millman, SIGACT News