simplicial complex

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simplicial complex

[sim′plish·əl ′käm‚pleks]
(mathematics)
A set consisting of finitely many simplices where either two simplices are disjoint or intersect in a simplex which is a face common to each. Also known as geometric complex.
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The reason why it must be rehabilitated is that the changing rooms are generally worn, and there are leaks through / by floor hatches so that water flows through the deck and down into the underlying space.
But a chief shortcoming of mobile home ownership is that the investment in the mobile home is subject to the rental agreement of the underlying space where it is located.
In this regard, the results contained in Pant [23] deserve special mention wherein author has shown the existence of common fixed points of an strict contraction when the underlying space is not essentially compact.
The spectral properties of the random matrix at every point of the underlying space are described by the random matrix theory; but how does the spectrum evolve along the underlying space?
The interplay between coarse and analytic properties is exemplified by the first objective: computing the nuclear dimension of Roe algebras in terms of asymptotic dimension of the underlying space.
H[sz]jek and Johanis lay down the foundations for the abstract theory of Ck-smoothness in infinite-dimensional real Banach spaces, and investigate its intimate connections with the structural properties of the underlying spaces.