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simplicial

(sɪmˈplɪʃəl)
adj
(Mathematics) relating to simplexes
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Study the Goodwillie tower of the identity functor of simplicial unstable algebras and relate its layers to AQC.
The characteristic features of these new methods are the following: (1) instead of homogeneous simplicial or hexahedral meshes, spatial discretizations which consist of arbitrary, even non-convex, polygons or polyhedra are admissible; (2) trial functions are constructed as local solutions of the partial differential equation with simple, usually piecewise linear boundary data on each element; (3) Green's formula then permits the reduction of the variational equation to the element boundaries, leading to a so-called skeletal variational formulation; (4) techniques based on boundary element methods (BEM) are used in order to approximate the Dirichlet-to-Neumann maps which are associated to the element-local problems.
Our main result expresses certain algebraic invariants of B in terms of the cohomology of simplicial complexes associated with its R-poset.
Topics include the Boij-Soderberg theory (introduction and survey); Hilbert functions of fat point subschemes of the plane; edge ideals (algebraic and combinatorial properties); three simplicial resolutions; a minimal poset resolution of stable ideals, subsets of complete intersections and the EGH conjecture; the homological conjectures; the compatibility, independence, and linear growth properties; recent progress in coherent rings (a homological perspective); and non-commutative crepant resolutions (scenes from categorical geometry).
Branch and bound with simplicial partitions and Lipschitz bound
The vertex x is simplicial if the subgraph induced by G over the neighborhood N(x) := {y [member of] V|{x, y} [member of] E} is a clique.
A semitopological algebra A over K is called a Gelfand-Mazur algebra if A/M (in the quotient topology) is topologically isomorphic to K for each M [member of] m(A), and a simplicial algebra if every closed left (right) ideal of A is contained in some closed maximal left (respectively, right) ideal of A.
1 A polyhedron is a locally compact (or locally finite) space, triangulated by a simplicial complex K, i.
Then they explore such topics as piecing together necks and caps, metric survey and the proof of Proposition A, the thin-thick decomposition theorem, and collapsing simplicial volume and strategy of proof.
A simplicial branch-and-bound algorithm for production-transportation problems with inseparable concave production cost, Journal of the Operations Research Society of Japan 48(2): 97-100.
Underlying our proposed information spaces are cellular and combinatorial structures as, for instance, provided by the general topological notion of a CW-complex or of a simplex (obtained via a simplicial decomposition of a given topological space) which provides a route into the graph-theoretic concepts of mainstream network analysis.