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On the Weight of Minor Faces in Triangle-Free 3-Polytopes

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The weight w(f) of a face f in a 3-polytope is the degree-sum of vertices incident with f. It follows from Lebesgue’s results of 1940 that every triangle-free 3-polytope without 4-faces incident with at least three 3-vertices has a 4-face with w ≤ 21 or a 5-face with w ≤ 17. Here, the bound 17 is sharp, but it was still unknown whether 21 is sharp. The purpose of this paper is to improve this 21 to 20, which is best possible.
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36
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3
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603-619
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wydano
2016-08-01
otrzymano
2014-11-27
poprawiono
2015-09-21
zaakceptowano
2015-09-29
online
2016-07-06
Twórcy
  • Institute of Mathematics Siberian Branch Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 630090, Russia, brdnoleg@math.nsc.ru
  • Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University Yakutsk, 677000, Russia, shmgnanna@mail.ru
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