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A maze is a drawing of impenetrable line segments (or curves) with ``paths'' between them. The goal of the maze is to start at one given point and find a path which reaches a second given point.



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Phillips, A. ``The Topology of Roman Mazes.'' Leonardo 25, 321-329, 1992.

Shepard, W. Mazes and Labyrinths: A Book of Puzzles. New York: Dover, 1961.

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