The main subject of the book is the full understanding of Weyl's formula for the volume of a tube, its roots and its implications. Another discussed approach to the study of volumes of tubes is the computation of the power series of the volume of a tube as a function of its radius. The chapter on mean values, besides its intrinsic interest, shows an interesting fact: methods which are useful for volumes are also useful for problems related with the Laplacian. Historical notes and Mathematica drawings have been added to this revised second edition.
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