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|Title:||A proof of Atiyah's conjecture on configurations of four points in Euclidean three-space|
|Author:||Eastwood, Michael George|
Norbury, P. T.
|Citation:||Geometry and Topology, 2001; 5:885-893|
|Publisher:||University of Warwick, Department of Mathematics|
|School/Discipline:||School of Mathematical Sciences : Pure Mathematics|
|Abstract:||From any configuration of finitely many points in Euclidean three-space, Atiyah constructed a determinant and conjectured that it was always non-zero. In this article we prove the conjecture for the case of four points.|
|Description:||© Geometry & Topology Publications|
|Appears in Collections:||Pure Mathematics publications|
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