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Figure 1-2 shows the same topology illustrated in Figure 1-1, but it adds a grid and unit numbers along the x-axis and y-axis. Felix Klein, with his "Erlangen program" in 1872, was the driving force here. This new equation from Poincaré provides relationship between topological elements for any single two-manifold body. A positive setting will result in panels above the surface; a negative setting will result in panels below the surface.

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