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I'm asking here because the people who frequent this sub-forum seem to be the sort of people who would know the answer to the question which is;

What mathematical concepts would be useful when looking at the behaviours of the cube?

So far I only think of the obvious such as group theory, matricies and fractal geometry (perhaps also n-dimensional geometry).

Are there any other fields which may be useful and are there any good resources (I don't mind having to look up more basic stuff first) which are worth a read?

Thanks,

SSE

What mathematical concepts would be useful when looking at the behaviours of the cube?

So far I only think of the obvious such as group theory, matricies and fractal geometry (perhaps also n-dimensional geometry).

Are there any other fields which may be useful and are there any good resources (I don't mind having to look up more basic stuff first) which are worth a read?

Thanks,

SSE