### Gergonne and Nagel points for simplices in the $n$-dimensional space.

Koźniewski, Edwin, Górska, Renata A. (2000)

Journal for Geometry and Graphics

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Koźniewski, Edwin, Górska, Renata A. (2000)

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Karol Pąk (2010)

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We formulate general boundary conditions for a labelling of vertices of a triangulation of a polyhedron by vectors to assure the existence of a balanced simplex. The condition is not for each vertex separately, but for a set of vertices of each boundary simplex. This allows us to formulate a theorem, which is more general than the Sperner lemma and theorems of Shapley; Idzik and Junosza-Szaniawski; van der Laan, Talman and Yang. A generalization of the Poincaré-Miranda theorem is also...

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Hertel, Eike (2000)

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We introduce a family of conditions on a simplicial complex that we call local -largeness (≥6 is an integer). They are simply stated, combinatorial and easily checkable. One of our themes is that local 6-largeness is a good analogue of the non-positive curvature: locally 6-large spaces have many properties similar to non-positively curved ones. However, local 6-largeness neither implies nor is implied by non-positive curvature of the standard metric. One can think of these results as...

Adam Idzik, Konstanty Junosza-Szaniawski (2005)

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