Guest Editors' Foreword

P.K. Agarwal, D. Halperin, R. Pollack
2001 Discrete & Computational Geometry  
with his deep geometric and algebraic insights and an uncanny ability to extract the essence of a problem, has been a key player in advancing, maturing, and broadening the field of discrete and computational geometry. It gives us great pleasure to edit this special issue in honor of his 50th birthday. Micha has written one book and has published over three hundred papers in distinguished journals and international conferences. Even more important, he has pioneered many areas and introduced several techniques. To name a few:
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