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Reproduction of all or part of this work is permitted for educational or research use on condition that this copyright notice is included in any copy. See back inner page for a list of recent BRICS Notes Series publications. Copies may be obtained by contacting: BRICS
A Bibliography of Publications in Theoretical Computer
, 2013
"... Version 1.24 Title word crossreference (0, ±1) [122]. (1 + 1) [869]. (1 + ɛ) [1136]. (2 + p) [649]. (2 − 2/(k +1)) n [1116]. (3 n − 1) [1618]. (A, B) [1278]. (h, k) [1755]. + [1780, 1272]. 1 [626, 1701]. 1/ɛ [1889]. ..."
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Version 1.24 Title word crossreference (0, ±1) [122]. (1 + 1) [869]. (1 + ɛ) [1136]. (2 + p) [649]. (2 − 2/(k +1)) n [1116]. (3 n − 1) [1618]. (A, B) [1278]. (h, k) [1755]. + [1780, 1272]. 1 [626, 1701]. 1/ɛ [1889].
DISCRETE DERIVED CATEGORIES II THE SILTING PAIRS CW COMPLEX AND THE STABILITY MANIFOLD
"... Abstract. Discrete derived categories were introduced by Vossieck [26] and classified by Bobiński, Geiß, Skrowoński [5]. In this article, we define the CW complex of silting pairs for a triangulated category and show that it is contractible in the case of discrete derived categories. In particular ..."
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Abstract. Discrete derived categories were introduced by Vossieck [26] and classified by Bobiński, Geiß, Skrowoński [5]. In this article, we define the CW complex of silting pairs for a triangulated category and show that it is contractible in the case of discrete derived categories
Nonabelian Algebraic TopologyContents Preface Historical Context Diagram
"... filtered spaces, crossed complexes, cubical higher homotopy groupoids ..."
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"... filtered spaces, crossed complexes, cubical higher homotopy groupoids ..."
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach Report No. 44/2008 Discrete Geometry
, 2008
"... Abstract. A number of remarkable recent developments in many branches of discrete geometry have been presented at the workshop, some of them demonstrating strong interactions with other fields of mathematics (such as harmonic analysis or topology). A large number of young participants also allows us ..."
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us to be optimistic about the future of the field. Mathematics Subject Classification (2000): 52Cxx. Introduction by the Organisers Discrete Geometry deals with the structure and complexity of discrete geometric objects ranging from finite point sets in the plane to more complex structures like
Ordinal subdivision and special pasting in quasicategories
"... Quasicategories are simplicial sets with properties generalising those of the nerve of a category. They model weak∞categories. Using a combinatorially defined ordinal subdivision, we examine composition rules for certain special pasting diagrams in quasicategories. The subdivision is of combinatori ..."
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is of combinatorial interest in its own right and is linked with various combinatorial constructions. 1 Introduction. The most usual method of subdivision for a simplicial complex used in elementary algebraic and geometric topology is the barycentric subdivision. There is however another very well structured
Nets of Polyhedra
, 1997
"... In 1525, the painter Albrecht Dürer introduced the notion of a net of a polytope, and published nets for some of the Platonian and Archimedian polyhedra, along with directions about how to construct them. An unfolding of a 3dimensional polytope P is obtained by cutting the boundary of P along a co ..."
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In 1525, the painter Albrecht Dürer introduced the notion of a net of a polytope, and published nets for some of the Platonian and Archimedian polyhedra, along with directions about how to construct them. An unfolding of a 3dimensional polytope P is obtained by cutting the boundary of P along a collection of edges that spans the vertex set of P and then flattening the remaining set to a polygon in the plane. An unfolding is a net if it does not overlap itself. Conversely, a simple connected plane polygon with specific folding lines is a net, if it is possible to fold it into (the boundary of) a polytope. We consider the question whether every 3dimensional polytope has a net. Although the problem is intuitive and easy to state, and there are nets known for all regular and uniform polytopes, in general it is still unsolved. After giving an overview of related questions and conjectures about the nature or existence of nets for 3polytopes, we present an account of our experiments wit...
HAMMING GEOMETRY
, 2006
"... This thesis deals with the geometry of the nth Cartesian powers of the complete graphs K(b). Emphasis is placed on the nth power of K(2), the graph of the ncube. We inv estigate sets of vertices which behave like the convex sets of Euclidean geometry. A geometric characterization is given for the ..."
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for the solution sets of 2SAT problems (systems of Boolean disjunctions of two literals). As a result, an algorithm is obtained for solving 2SAT problems with a limited number of additional parity constraints. Furthermore, an algorithm is obtained for computing the xed points of any contraction mapping
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