A resolution of the sylvester-gallai problem of J.-P. serre

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Kelly, L.M. A resolution of the sylvester-gallai problem of J.-P. serre. Discrete Comput Geom 1, 101–104 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02187687

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Keywords

  • Complex Plane
  • Complex Space
  • Ideal Point
  • Discrete Comput Geom
  • Algebraic Surface