The Art Gallery Problem is a computational geometry and surveillance problem proposed by Victor Klee in 1973, after mathematician Václav Chvátal asked for an interesting problem. It has since been solved in various ways and lead to the creation of many variations and extensions of the problem. My Senior Independent Study looks at this problem and its original solutions as well as exploring a couple of the variations later proposed. These solutions are then applied to the College of Wooster Art Museum and Ebert Art Center's McKenzie Gallery.
Driver, Nicole, "The Art Gallery Problem" (2020). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 8969.
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis
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